Courtiers who were mocking Waity Kaity are the ones who bend the lowest claims of royal experts

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Kate Middleton ‘plays a big hand’ in the ongoing reform of the monarchy that has found confidence after Megxit, a royal expert claims.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, currently lives in her Kensington Palace home with Prince William, 38, and their three children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, after celebrating her tenth wedding anniversary with the Duke last week.

Sources have now revealed how the mother of three’s work has been ‘refocused’ over the past year since Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, announced their plans to step back from life in the royal family.

Speak against Vanity FairKatie Nicholl, historian and author Sarah Gristwood said, “ I bet those courtiers who reportedly once sneered at ‘Waity Katy’ are the very ones who bow the lowest right now.

Kate Middleton, 39, 'plays a big hand' in ongoing monarchy reform that has found confidence after Megxit, royal expert claims

Kate Middleton, 39, ‘plays a big hand’ in ongoing monarchy reform that has found confidence after Megxit, royal expert claims

“She looks like the person who will have to play a major role in the ongoing reform of the monarchy.”

It was around 2008 when the cruel tag ‘Waity Katie’ was targeted by some at William’s then girlfriend.

However, a palace employee said the Duchess has been “very focused” on her role since joining The Firm in 2010.

In fact, despite Megxit’s grief, sources said it has made Kate even more determined and confident over the past 18 months.

A palace worker also revealed how the Duchess has become 'very focused' on her role and wants to bring about 'real, lasting change' with her passion project on early years development

A palace worker also revealed how the Duchess has become ‘very focused’ on her role and wants to bring about ‘real, lasting change’ with her passion project on early years development

They said it has driven her to want to bring about “ real, lasting change, ” particularly with her passion project on Early Years Development.

They revealed, ‘The Duchess is definitely doing things that are different and outside of her comfort zone these days, and that’s because she’s confident about doing them.

She is very comfortable in her royal role and her family role. She is a very practical mother.

“It is a happy family and that has resulted in a calm confidence in her.”

Sources have now revealed how the mother of three's work has been 'refocused' over the past year since Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, announced their plans to step back from royal family life

Sources have now revealed how the mother of three’s work has been ‘refocused’ over the past year since Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, announced their plans to step back from royal family life

The comments come as Russel Myers said Prince William and Prince Charles will be leaving Prince Harry and Meghan to “ figure things out for themselves ” while “ getting back to work together. ”

The royal expert has said Prince William and his father, the Prince of Wales, 72, want to ‘draw a line under Harry and Meghan’ who have been a ‘family distraction’.

Speak against talkRADIO About the Duke of Sussex and Meghan, who live with their son Archie, one, in a $ 14.7 million house in Santa Barbara, California, the royal expert explained: On business. ‘

‘We have hardly seen them. They’ve popped up here and there on Zoom calls. ‘

It was around 2008 when the cruel tag 'Waity Katie' was targeted by some at William's then girlfriend (pictured, with the Duke in 2008)

It was around 2008 when the cruel tag ‘Waity Katie’ was targeted by some at William’s then girlfriend (pictured, with the Duke in 2008)

But no one has done the real business of the monarchy, which is to get out, be among the people and shine a light on various charities, and travel the world and the Commonwealth.

He continued: ‘It’s part of getting Britain back on its feet. As for Harry and Meghan, I think they will be left to try and fix things on their own. ‘

It comes after radio host Kevin O’Sullivan remarked, “ There was a suggestion that Charles was completely forgiven, forget, the rift healed – but apparently not.

If that’s his state of mind, I think the British people will be with him every step of the way. I think most people think Harry doesn’t deserve to be forgiven. ‘

Prince William and Charles

Prince William and Charles “want to draw a line under Harry and Meghan” after they “distracted” the royal family, Russel Myers said. Pictured, during the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey

Russell went on to note how the Oprah Winfrey interview went like a “ lead balloon. ”

During the bombshell interview, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said racism drove them out of Britain, claiming that their son Archie was denied the title of prince because he is of mixed race.

Meghan also claimed that Kate Middleton left her in tears during an argument over bridesmaid dresses and Prince Harry accused his father Prince Charles of refusing his calls when the couple moved to the US last year.

“There will be quite a bit of discontent in the camp and it remains to be seen if they will ever be brought back in,” continued the royal expert.

Russell Myers told how Prince William and Charles are 'united' in the desire to 'return to work' depicted at Prince Philip's funeral

Russell Myers told how Prince William and Charles are ‘united’ in the desire to ‘return to work’ depicted at Prince Philip’s funeral

“I’m sure Harry was a little sheepish when he saw the rest of his family at Prince Philip’s funeral.”

He added, “It was the first time he spoke to many of them since that Oprah Winfrey interview accusing them of all kinds of things.”

“He went back to America with his tail between his legs and who knows what will happen in the future.”

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