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Kate Garraway forced to explain secret meeting with Prince William and Kate

Kate Garraway was forced to explain her top secret visit with Prince William and Kate Middleon after she was rumbled ‘loitering’ behind their photocall yesterday.

The Good Morning Britain host was confronted about the meeting by co-star Ranvir Singh, who asked Kate why had kept her meeting with the senior royals ‘very quiet’.

A picture of Kate dressed in a floral dress lurking behind William and Kate then flashed up on the screen, with Ranvir accusing Kate of loitering and stalking the couple.

Kate, 53, was then forced to divulge that she’d been invited to meet them for a very special project.

“So this was yesterday,” began Kate. “It was a great honour for me, I  got to spend a bit of time with them because they were giving their time…”

Ranvir interrupted: “They look like they are ignoring you there.”

“Yeah they looked like they are blanking me,” laughed Kate. “I actually just sort of followed them for the day.

“No no, they were taking part in something for the Pride of Britain Awards on ITV on November 1.

“It’s really moving and beautiful,” she teased.

Kate then went on to say that the ceremony was going to be slightly different this year and would go ahead without a red carpet or a ‘big live event’.

“But it’s very, very moving. And they [Kate and William] are involved in that,” sh revealed.

Despite the meeting strictly being about work, Kate admitted that she couldn’t resist taking the opportunity to ask the Duchess about her recently dyed hair.

“It’s fabulously glossy in person I can report,” cried Kate after having seen the famous tresses up close.

The Duchess has been sporting a slightly lighter and more copper tone in her hair in recent weeks.

A beauty insider suggested Kate had touched up her look with some honey-toned balayage highlights.

“Kate has opted for golden tones perfect for the autumn season,” celebrity hairstylist James Johnson told the  Daily Mail. “These soft lighter pieces help frame her face, keeps the warmth in these colder approaching months.”

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