Kate Middleton, Jill Biden and Carrie Johnson all get the memo as they wow in pink

FORGET Rizzo, Sandy and Frenchie, it was Kate Middleton, Dr Jill Biden and Carrie Johnson who were the real pink ladies on Friday.

The Duchess of Cambridge, the First Lady of the United States and the newlywed wife of the prime minister all got the memo as they showed up in different shades of pink  this afternoon.

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Dr Jill Biden and Kate Middleton were both pretty in pink as they visited a school to discuss child development at the G7 summit[/caption]

Kate, 39, and Dr Biden, 70, met for the first time today as the pair visited a school to discuss child development at the G7 summit.

The women were pictured at Connor Downs Academy in Hayle, Cornwall to highlight the issue of early years development in children – and what a picture they were in matching pink ensembles.

The royal mum-of-three stunned in a £1,125 fuschia dress by Alexander McQueen accessorising with a £225 L.K Bennett handbag.

Meanwhile the First Lady was elegant in an ivory fitted sundress which she paired with a hot pink blazer by California based brand L’Agence.

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Like Kate and Dr Jill, Carrie had also opted to wear pink, in a rose coloured £1,400 dress by Roksanda[/caption]

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Today was the first time that Kate and Dr Jill had met, and it seemed they had both got the pink memo[/caption]

Elsewhere Carrie Johnson, 33, had that newlywed glow as she joined husband Boris for the G7 meeting at the Carbis Hotel in Carbis Bay, St. Ives, Cornwall.

Like Kate and Dr Jill, Carrie had also opted to wear pink, in a rose coloured £1,400 dress by Roksanda.

Tonight, the royals will be out in force together to join world leaders at a reception at the Eden Project.

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Kate wore a £1,125 fuchsia dress by Alexander McQueen while Dr Jill was chic in a hot pink blazer by L’Agence[/caption]

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Carrie joined husband Boris for the G7 summit at the Carbis Hotel in Carbis Bay, St. Ives[/caption]

The lavish dinner will see the Queen supported by Prince Charles, Camilla and Kate and Prince William.

Leaders will tuck into spiced melon, turbot and strawberry pavlova prepared by local chef Emily Scott.

It will be the first time the Queen has met with any foreign leader since the start of the pandemic.

Tonight’s event is also aimed at displaying the Firm’s important diplomatic role and their power in promoting “Brand Britain”.