Kate is “very careful not to outdo William,” claims the royal expert

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Kate Middleton is’ very careful not to surpass William ‘after Princess Diana who was under Prince Charles’ spotlight’ caused massive trouble ‘, royal expert claims

  • The Duchess, 39, may have learned an important lesson from Diana, says Penny Junor
  • Claims Kate is ‘coming into her prime’ and coming out of lockdown ‘really good’
  • Says Kate’s low-key visit to the Sarah Everard wake was a ‘wonderful gesture’ that made ‘a very subtle point’ after Harry and Meghan’s ‘selfish’ Oprah interview
  • Royal correspondent Jennie Bond said the regular Zoom phone calls from Kate and William have put them in “ very good light ” and made them more accessible.

Kate Middleton is’ very careful ‘to make sure she doesn’t surpass Prince William after Princess Diana who was under Prince Charles’ spotlight’ caused enormous trouble ‘, claims a royal expert.

Penny Junor said the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, may have learned an important lesson from her late mother-in-law, whose popularity would have made her ex-husband jealous.

Speak to the Sunday TimesJunor added that Kate is “not on an ego trip” and that her head has “not been turned by celebrities” since joining the royal family.

She added that the mother of three is ‘in her prime’ and is ‘very well’ coming out of the pandemic.

Kate Middleton is' very careful 'to make sure she doesn't surpass Prince William after Princess Diana who was under Prince Charles' spotlight' caused enormous trouble ', claims a royal expert.

Kate Middleton is’ very careful ‘to make sure she doesn’t surpass Prince William after Princess Diana who was under Prince Charles’ spotlight’ caused enormous trouble ‘, claims a royal expert.

[Kate’s] not exaggerated, not “me, me, me” at all. I think she’s definitely in her prime right now – she’s confident, she’s capable, and you don’t get the impression that she’s waiting for cameras to arrive and it’s all a publicity stunt, ‘Junor told the publication.

She claimed that lockdown has opened the public’s eyes to the working members of the royal family, who are now reaching a much wider audience than before.

Royal correspondent Jennie Bond said the regular Zoom phone calls from Kate and William have put them in a ‘very good light’ and made them more accessible, while providing an insight into their true personalities and their home lives.

“They seem much more natural and Kate comes across as very knowledgeable and compassionate,” she said.

Royal correspondent Jennie Bond said the regular Zoom phone calls from Kate and William have put them in a 'very good light' and made them more accessible, while providing an insight into their true personalities and their home lives.

Royal correspondent Jennie Bond said the regular Zoom phone calls from Kate and William have put them in a 'very good light' and made them more accessible, while providing an insight into their true personalities and their home lives.

Royal correspondent Jennie Bond said the regular Zoom phone calls from Kate and William have put them in a ‘very good light’ and made them more accessible, while providing an insight into their true personalities and their home lives.

Bond added that Kate has “ played a blinder ” in recent years, supported worthy causes close to her heart, and shows that she is “ very much in touch with the mood of the country ” while being “ sincere. ” happens. .

Last month, Kate made a personal, unobtrusive visit to Clapham Common to pay her respects to Sarah Everard, 33, who was kidnapped and murdered while walking home to South London.

With Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick claimed she knew in advance that Kate was going to lay flowers at the bandstand on March 13, days after Mrs. Everard’s body was found – but admitted that the officer in charge of the event’s police did not.

Kate has since sent a message to Mrs. Everard’s family and although the contents of the letter have been kept private, the Duchess is believed to have expressed her condolences and told the family she is on her mind.

The Duchess of Cambridge saw daffodils planted at the vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common last month, days after the 33-year-old's body was found in Kent

The Duchess of Cambridge saw daffodils planted at the vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common last month, days after the 33-year-old's body was found in Kent

The Duchess of Cambridge saw daffodils placed at the vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common last month, days after the 33-year-old’s body was found in Kent

A source close to Ms. Everard’s family said they were “extremely moved” to have received the letter.

Junor described it as a “wonderful gesture” from the Duchess, which came just days after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

She said that the fact that Kate showed up quietly at the vigil without any fanfare “spoke volumes.”

Kate made a very subtle point. You don’t have to make a song and dance about things, ”Junor said.

When Harry and Meghan spoke to Oprah, they were more concerned about their own well-being; it was all about them and it has always been their story.

‘But there is a difference between service and self-service. I feel that true service does things selflessly for others. I think Kate understands that. ‘

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