Kate Middleton’s uncle says his niece is ‘trying to mediate’ to bring peace to the royal family

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Kate Middleton’s uncle says his niece is “trying to mediate” and bring peace to the royal family after Prince Harry’s nuclear truth bombing.

Gary Goldsmith, 56, brother of Kate’s mother Carole, described the Duchess as a “brilliant arbitrator and peacemaker” and insisted that she does everything she can to make things right between her husband and his brother.

Speak with Poet magazineGary added that the Duke of Sussex, 36, needs to “get a grip” and stop his “indulgent episode” before it gets to the point where there is “no common ground or relationship to rebuild.”

The Ibiza recruiting consultant said everyone is “astonished” at Harry’s outbursts, including accusing the royal family of racism and neglect in a series of interviews with Oprah Winfrey.

Gary Goldsmith, 56, who is the brother of Kate's mother Carole, described the Duchess (pictured last week) as a 'brilliant referee and peacemaker'

Gary Goldsmith, 56, who is the brother of Kate’s mother Carole, described the Duchess (pictured last week) as a ‘brilliant referee and peacemaker’

“If you want an easy life, work it out in private and have a respectful conversation. Don’t show it in public, it’s really hurtful,” Gary told the publication.

“The hard truth – in my opinion – is that if Harry doesn’t get a grip and this smug episode ends, there will soon be no common ground or relationship to rebuild.

“But if anyone can bring peace to the royal family, it’s Kate. Kate is a brilliant arbitrator and peacemaker. Every bone in her body revolves around making friends and doing her best… she’s trying to mediate.”

Gary watched his niece try to improve William and Harry’s relationship at Prince Philip’s funeral in April. The trio were once a tight-knit unit, and Gary said Kate is doing her best to make things right.

He added that while he’s sorry that Harry thinks he’s had a rough time, he can see from Kate that she’s “very happy” to be part of the royal family, and that she’s doing great while is constantly kept ‘under a microscope’. .

Speaking to Closer magazine, Gary (pictured in 2017) added that the Duke of Sussex, 36, needs to 'get a handle on' and stop his 'smug episode'

Speaking to Closer magazine, Gary (pictured in 2017) added that the Duke of Sussex, 36, needs to ‘get a handle on’ and stop his ‘smug episode’

Last month, Gary revealed that he first met the Duke of Cambridge while having a cup of tea at the family home in Berkshire and he ‘immediately’ told all his friends about dating William and Kate, despite him having ‘sworn to confidentiality’.

He said his niece has a “devilish and wicked sense of humor” and was “born ready to be queen.”

Gary told 60 Minutes Australia: ‘I walked through the front door of the family home, where Kate cooks dinner and William makes a cup of tea, while the whole family moochs around.

‘William said ‘hello I’m William’, I said ‘hello I’m Gary’. It was like meeting a normal guy, he was a normal part of the family, which was a little crazy. That’s Prince William and he was just making a cup of tea.”

Gary added that he can’t have “normal” chats with the royal family, like “what are you doing?” and where do you live?’ but said that ‘there is a lot of fun to be had’.

Gary watched his niece try to improve William and Harry's relationship at Prince Philip's funeral (pictured) in April

Gary watched his niece try to improve William and Harry’s relationship at Prince Philip’s funeral (pictured) in April

‘When the rugby was watched, I asked, ‘Do your father support Wales and you England?’

On first hearing that William and Kate were dating, he added: “Well I got the call, I was in a board meeting and Carole called me to say ‘this could happen’ and I was obliged to secrecy.

The conversation was ‘you what what’ seriously, I can’t believe this is real.

“The first thing you do, even if you’re sworn to secrecy, is tell your best friends. I told them I think I’m going to be the uncle of a queen of the land.”

Clearly close to his niece, Gary continued: ‘I think she was born ready [to be Queen]. It’s a modern take on the royal family that we know, I think she’s perfect for that role.

“Of course I’m a little biased, but wouldn’t Kate and William be great at it?”

Discussing William and Kate’s wedding anniversary ten years ago, he added: ‘It was incredible from the moment we jumped in the car and went to the ceremony.

It was crazy to think ‘this is our Kate; seeing her walking down the aisle with Mike’ [Micheal Middleton, her father], I was just looking at my daughter and we were like “oh em jeez”‘.

“I’ll be like a baby when Kate becomes queen. She’s someone to be super proud of, she’s cuter on the inside than on the outside, she’s a beautiful soul.

“She has a bad and devilish sense of humor, she’s a very funny girl and laughter fills every room she finds herself in.

“She’s very homey and very good at cooking, she’s almost the girl next door with a bad sense of humor that plays a very important role.”

In the same interview, he said he was “hugely disappointed” when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to throw the company “under a bus” in an all-encompassing interview with Oprah Winfrey and also targeted the Sussexes for claiming Kate brought Meghan to tears. in a row about bridesmaid dresses — something he says he “doesn’t believe 1,000 percent.”

After the bombshell interview aired in March, Mr. Goldsmith posted on LinkedIn that Harry and Meghan were “muppets crave attention.”

He begged them to ‘shut up’ and let the British continue to ‘save lives’ and the ‘economy’ during the height of the UK’s coronavirus pandemic.

When asked about the infamous post, he said, “I’m ashamed to do it, but I’ll stick with it.”

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