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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named ‘most socially significant’ people by Tatler

The Independent logo The Independent 25/06/2019 Olivia Petter
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have topped Tatler’s Social Power List, earning them the title of Britain's "most socially signifiant" people.

The society bible’s inaugural index ranks public figures based on their “social significance”, as judged by the publication’s editorial team.

The magazine describes an invitation to stay at William and Kate's Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, as the “ultimate social trophy” and ranks them one place ahead of actor Idris Elba and his wife, Sabrina Dhowre.

In third place are financier Joseph Getty and wife Sabine Getty, who is a jewellery designer.

The high-flying couples are followed by seven-year-old Harper Beckham, who, the magazine notes, “jets between LA and London and the Cotswolds” and celebrated her sixth birthday at Buckingham Palace.

Other famous faces in Tatler’s prestigious top 10 include former England footballer Jamie Redknapp and Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards and her boyfriend, footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – the magazine describes the duo as “the new social power couple everyone wants a piece of”.

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The publication includes several other names in its index outside of the top 10, though these are names are not ranked.

They include fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu, comedian Jack Whitehall and Lady Amelia Windsor.

a close up of text on a black background: (Tatler) © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited (Tatler) Stella McCartney, Dame Joan Collins and Kate Moss are also listed, as is Sir Mick Jagger and the entire Delevingne family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also feature in the index, though they are not in the top 10.

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend a Commonwealth Day youth event at Canada House in London, Britain, March 11, 2019. © Thomson Reuters Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend a Commonwealth Day youth event at Canada House in London, Britain, March 11, 2019.

Tatler’s index comes days after The Royal Foundation confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would split from the charity they ran with Prince William and Kate Middleton to form their own organisation.

The Social Power Index appears in the August issue of Tatler, which is available on newsstands from Thursday 27 June.

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