Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian have little in common apart from their fame, but the US Socialists seem to think they are more similar than it seems.
On the Duchess's 30th birthday in January 2012, Kim took the step to connect the two women in the world of fashion.
Kim created a high-heeled shoe in honor of Kate's birthday "The Duchess".
The star of the Keys and her team in the US online fashion subscription service ShoeDazzle described the shoe on the site as: "classic quilting and graceful silhouette channels the classic Duchess style."
Kim even posted a video on YouTube that wished Kate happy birthday.
"I love her style personally, and I think every woman should feel like a princess every day," Kim said.
Needless to say, at the same time, she managed to promote both the shoe and the brand.
This is not the first time Kim has turned to the Duchess in fashion magazine.
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To publicize the line in the UK, they have reportedly sent part of "Free" clothing to Kate.
An insider told the Daily Star that the Kardashian "hoped that Kate would be seen in public in one of the designs, which would give her fashion credentials a big boost."
Unfortunately for the Kardashians It is believed that the Duchess simply returned the gifts and politely declined the offer.
However, the dubbing was not personal, as it is a royal daughter that Kate can not accept unsolicited gifts.
A representative of Kate Middleton to MailOnline: "In general, the policy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is not to accept unsolicited gifts unless the sender is personally known to his or her Royal Highness.
" Any Gifts are returned to the sender with a thank you and a statement of their Royal Highness's policies.
A frequent question regarding Kate is what her title is when her husband becomes Prince William King.
When William ascends to the throne, he becomes king of England, Kate will not get the title of Queen.
Instead, Kate will assume the title of a queen consort, as is customary for women who marry sovereigns.
When a man is a consort, they are commonly referred to as a prince – just as with the queen's husband, Prince Philip, 97.
According to the Royal Website, Kate will also be crowned when William becomes king, but with a few differences.
"Unless decided otherwise, a Queen's Wife will be crowned with the King, in a similar but simpler way Ceremony, "reads the website.