& # 39; Wow, she knows my name! & # 39 ;: How sober Duchess of Cambridge has won her own staff as & # 39; always confident & # 39; tell royal friends that nothing is more important than & # 39; queen, country and family & # 39;
- Duchess of Cambridge unveils & # 39; Queen, country and family & # 39; are top priorities
- Palace entertainers say she & # 39; is taking the time to listen to most of the junior members in her team & # 39;
- Kate now speaks flawlessly about causes close to her heart with a natural voice
- Duchess shunned Instagram posts that were favorite of her sister-in-law Meghan
Duchess of Cambridge, 37, has told friends and family that nothing is more important to her than & # 39; Queen, country and family & # 39 ;, according to one source. (Pictured outside a community center in Dundee)
The Duchess of Cambridge has told friends and family that nothing is more important to her than & queen, country and family, according to one source.
Although she is a style icon that is rarely far from the headlines for her elegant fashion choices, Kate, 37, has revealed that she is driven by a much more serious goal.
A source said: "Kate & # 39; s vision is that queen, country and family come first.
& # 39; She is very clear about her priorities and the values that determine how she lives and works. & # 39;
And palace insiders have also provided insight into how the mother of three manages her household to achieve her goals, with a surprisingly collegiate approach.
"She takes the time to listen to ideas from the most junior members in her team," one source said.
"Afterwards they say:" Wow, she knows my name. She asked me what I thought. & # 39;
"She is also loyal and if you make a mistake, you will support you anyway."
Kate has avoided the Instagram messages of her sister-in-law the Duchess of Sussex and has chosen to talk directly about charities during engagements.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive with Prince George and Princess Charlotte for her first day at school in Thomas Battersea
Kate, who was once afraid of speaking in public, which led her to speak in the affected, clipped tone, now speaks flawlessly about causes that sew her heart in a more natural way. (Shown at the naming ceremony for the RRS Sir David Attenborough)
The duchess, who was once afraid of public speaking, which led her to speak in the affected, cut-off tone, now speaks flawlessly about causes close to her heart with a more natural voice.
Her increased confidence is inevitably also reflected in her wardrobe, with a subtle makeover that replaces her old "armor" of bespoke dresses and envelope bags with bold designer blouses and chic mini handbags. She has a new hairstyle and has even watered down her makeup.
The insight into Kate's values is revealed today in a special edition of The Mail on Sunday & You magazine, which shows how she has become increasingly self-confident and focused on her priorities.
A source said: "She is very clear about her priorities and the values that determine how she lives and works. It's about treating other people well to get the best out of them.
"She takes her role very seriously and just wants to do her best."
With attention to recent controversies around the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Andrew, Kate's silent transformation has gone almost unnoticed. However, social workers say that she is finally her guard and is not afraid of being vulnerable.
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