A fashion blog devoted to Meghan’s style first unearthed the old Tweet from Lindsay Roth’s account where the author tweeted a thank you note from the Duchess of Cambridge’s office after she sent her a copy of her debut novel.
“The Duchess of Cambridge has asked me to thank you for your card of 19th October and for enclosing a copy of your book, What Pretty Girls Are Made Of,” the letter read.
“Her Royal Highness was very touched that you should think of her in this way and sends you her best wishes.”
The author captioned the Tweet at the time, “Thank you #KateMiddleton! You are what #prettyis. Can’t stop smiling!”
The novel in question follows a fictional television star heroine as she juggles her love life, family, and careers – sound familiar?
Many believe that the novel’s central character is based on the author’s long-term best friend, Megan Markle.
The best friends first met at Northwestern University in Illinois when they took a Toni Morrison literature class together.
Meghan was also Lindsay’s Maid of Honour at her 2016 nuptials and delighted Suits fans by sharing snippets of her best friend’s contribution to the day.
While Meghan Markle has confirmed that she will not have a Maid of Honour for the Royal Wedding, Lindsay Roth will almost certainly be part of the bridal party.
Since Meghan’s involvement with Prince Harry, the actress has deactivated her Instagram account.
An evidently huge fan of the royals, Lindsay also celebrated the Queen becoming the longest-ever reigning monarch by posing outside Buckingham Palace.
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