The sister-laws supported various gardens at the annual event. Kate has designed her own themed garden, and the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry chose to support entry into Africa. Alleged tensions between the two kings have risen in recent months after news of the split between Sussexes and Cambridges.
Meghan's entry looks at Africa's ecological culture and is already better for gardeners.
Julie Miller, who hosts ity In the Limelight ’for Vanity Fair, said that this gave Kate a shadow.
She said: “If Kate had gone humiliated they went down this way.
“I want to make anger on previous notes.”
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Kate's garden has a tree house, waterfowl, wild strawberry and camping fire where children can toast their toes.
Although the Meghan African garden is blocked by a schoolhouse surrounded by a bar that girls can learn to grow, such as peanuts and okra, as well as solar panels and a smart irrigation system.
Camfed, an organization that wants to eliminate poverty in Africa, is run by Megan through education and empowerment of girls and young women.
Kensington Palace has already intervened to prevent Meghan and Harry from interfering with Kate's garden by preventing Camfed from using Harry's photograph to publicize the garden.
The garden garden in London, Jilayne Rickards, created Meghan's African garden and is expected to be transferred to Eden Project in Cornwall after the show.
The garden is inspired by a young farmer called Beauty Gombana who already grows bio-firmed beans to help with climate change droughts that affect families living in Africa.
Talking to Vanity Fair, royal biographer Sally Befell Smith said the gardens showed how different the two kings are.
She said: “They are two very different women, with different backgrounds, different interests, attitudes, and personalities.” T