Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner were spotted hanging out with Meghan Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, at a star-studded charity gala in Los Angeles over the weekend.
During This Is About Humanity’s fifth annual soiree Saturday, the three appeared to be in good spirits while all posing for pics together.
The Duchess of Sussex and her husband, Prince Harry, were not in attendance.
Ragland, 66, wowed in a floral dress with camel-coloured flats, while Jenner, 67, looked equally chic in an all-white ensemble and Chanel purse.
Meanwhile, Kardashian, 42, debuted a fringe, slicking the rest of her hair back into a tight ponytail.
The SKIMS mogul flaunted her hourglass figure in a skin-tight black dress featuring a leather corset around her waist and a heavy stack of gold jewellery around her neck.
Kardashian paired the long-sleeved mock neck gown with pointed black boots and a tiny Chanel purse.
Ragland, who attended the event without her A-list daughter, also rubbed shoulders with the likes of Eva Longoria, Jordana Brewster, Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez.
The grandmother of Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet stepped out in support of This Is About Humanity, which aims to assist separated and reunified families at the US border by providing resources like legal services and mental wellness check-ups to migrants.
The star-studded gala kicked off just one day after Page Six exclusively revealed that Kardashian may be facing some fashion competition from within her own family.
We’re told Kylie Jenner will soon go up against Kim and Khloe Kardashian by launching her own “‘quiet lux” fashion brand.
Per our sources, the 26-year-old billionaire has inked a deal with Jens and Emma Grede, the husband-and-wife duo behind Khloé’s Good American denim range and Kim’s brand SKIMS, which was valued at a staggering $US4 billion last month.
“All the girls each have their own vision,” one insider told us. “They inspire and whip each other up. They’re all so different and independent, but they give each other a ton of advice.”
Kylie, who became a teenage makeup mogul following the launch of Kylie Cosmetics, sold 51 per cent of the brand to Coty for $US600 million in 2019. Kim, for her part, also sold a minority stake in her beauty firm SKKN to the conglomerate, but is currently in talks to buy it back.
As for Markle, the Suits alum has been in talks with some “big-name directors and producers” for a potential TV comeback, according to a new report.
“While she’d love to land a new TV part, Meghan really wants to sink her teeth into a dramatic film role,” a source told Life & Style Magazine last week.
“She thinks an Oscar would be in her future.”
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