Kate Middleton denied the efforts of Anna Wintour with a thanks, but no thanks to the Vogue editor.

Wintour was supposedly quietly crusading to get the Duchess of Cambridge to appear on the cover of the US edition of the fashion bible.

Tuesday the palace shot down any hopes of this actually coming to fruition, according to an MSNBC article.

There are no plans for the Duchess to do anything with U.S. Vogue, a spokesperson told People.

Anna Wintour was said to be trying to use her connection with Mario Testino, a famous Peruvian fashion photograph who is acclaimed for his iconic photographs of Princess Diana, to try and convince Middleton.

The Testino connection was obviously not enough of a pull for Wintour to secure Kate.

People magazine says that Kate is instead focused on other things right now. She is committed to charity and has plans to open a children's cancer center at the Royal Marsden Hospital later this month.

Kate Middleton is one of the most sought after women these days since her marriage to Prince William. She is admired for her grace and style. Her sister Pippa has also gained vast popularity.

Recently, Middleton had been branded by New York fashion experts as a style follower not a trend setter.