A photograph showing Meghan Markle posing with a magazine that featured Kate Middleton on the cover in 2014 has resurfaced for the first time since Megxit.
In the snap, which was taken two years before Duchess of Sussex met Prince Harry, the former actress is seen beaming as she holds a copy of Irish U Magazine and stands next to its deputy editor Denise Cash, with the publication emblazoned with a headline which incorrectly states that Kate Middleton was pregnant with twins.
The Duchess of Sussex was working as an actress on Suits at the time, and had contributed to the magazine she was holding, reportedly writing about sunglasses.
It's not the first time the image been unearthed, with royal fans previously buzzing over the image in 2019, after Denise first uploaded the snap in November 2017.
The image has now resurfaced months after Meghan explosively claimed that Kate 'made her cry' over a fallout about bridesmaids dresses in her bombshell Oprah interview in March.
A 2014 photograph of Meghan Markle posing with a magazine which has Kate Middelton on the cover has resurfaced online for the first time since The Duchess of Sussex quit the royal family
It was also five years before Meghan would go-on to be the first guest-editor of the September issue of Vogue.
While their seems to be a rift between the sisters-in-law, they appeared to get on when they first met, with Meghan clearly a fan of Kate before she joined the royal family.
During Harry and Meghan's engagement interview, Meghan described Kate as 'wonderful' and 'amazing', saying she'd been a 'great support'.
However, thinks drastically changed by the time Meghan gave an interview to her friend Oprah this year, with Meghan telling the chat show host Kate 'made her cry' as well as dozens of other attacks on The Firm.
While their seems to be a rift between the sisters-in-law, they appeared to get on when they first met, with Meghan clearly a fan of Kate before she joined the royal family. They are pictured together in 2019 at Wimbledon
The infamous row with Prince William's wife made headlines around the world after a supposed falling out over dresses for the flower girls.
Reports of the clash between the duchesses first emerged in November 2018, when sources claimed Meghan had been left displeased with the 'stressful' fitting.
Accounts differ as to whether the cause of the row was a disagreement on whether the bridesmaids should wear tights - Meghan reportedly believed they should not - or whether it stemmed from Princess Charlotte's dress not fitting.
A source said at the time: 'Kate had only just given birth to her third child, Prince Louis, and was feeling quite emotional.'
The Duchess of Cambridge with Princess Charlotte and other bridesmaids arriving at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan in May 2018
During the interview, Oprah asked Meghan: 'Was there a situation where she (Kate) might have cried? Or she could have cried?'
But the Duchess of Sussex replied: 'No, no. The reverse happened. And I don't say that to be disparaging to anyone, because it was a really hard week of the wedding.
'And she was upset about something, but she owned it, and she apologised.
'And she brought me flowers and a note, apologising. And she did what I would do if I knew that I hurt someone, right, to just take accountability for it.'
Meghan added that it was 'shocking' that the 'reverse of that would be out in the world'.
She continued: 'A few days before the wedding, she was upset about something pertaining - yes, the issue was correct - about flower girl dresses, and it made me cry, and it really hurt my feelings.
(From left) The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and the Duke of Sussex arriving to attend the Christmas Day morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, in December 2018
'And I thought, in the context of everything else that was going on in those days leading to the wedding, that it didn't make sense to not be just doing whatever everyone else was doing, which was trying to be supportive, knowing what was going on with my dad and whatnot.'
Meghan also said: 'It wasn't a confrontation, and I actually think it's… I don't think it's fair to her to get into the details of that, because she apologised.
'What was hard to get over was being blamed for something that not only I didn't do but that happened to me.
'And the people who were part of our wedding were going to our comms team and saying: 'I know this didn't happen. I don't have to tell them what actually happened'.'
Meghan also said reports she had reduced the Duchess of Cambridge to tears were a 'turning point.
During the same interview, Meghan said she didn't grow up 'knowing much about the royal family' and was unprepared for her role - despite a childhood best friend claiming she was 'fascinated' with them
The Duchess said 'everyone in the institution knew that wasn't true' and she hoped Kate 'would have wanted that to be corrected', adding 'she is a good person'.
During the same interview, Meghan said she didn't grow up 'knowing much about the royal family' and was unprepared for her role - despite a childhood best friend claiming she was 'fascinated' with them.
Meghan added that she 'never looked up her husband online' when she first started dating Harry, and had to Google the British national anthem.
Shortly before Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding in 2018, Ninaki Priddy, the duchess' childhood best friend and maid of honour at her first wedding to Trevor Engelson, told the Daily Mail: '[Meghan] was always fascinated by the royal family. She wants to be Princess Diana 2.0.'
A picture of a 15-year-old Meghan posing in front of Buckingham Palace, with friend Ninaki, during a European trip in 1996, previously emerged before the duchess' big day.