Prince William and Kate Middleton take advantage of a slimmed-down monarchy following the departure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry because it gives them ‘room to focus’ on their ‘important’ job, a royal expert claims
- Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 38, will benefit from the monarchy
- Harry and Meghan Markle added that they are leaving, ‘giving them space to focus on their work’
- Said Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently doing ‘very well’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will benefit from a declining monarchy as it means they can focus on their “important” work, a royal expert claims.
Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe suggested Prince Harry, 35 and Meghan Markle’s decision to step down, as senior royals can give Prince William and Kate Middleton the space to focus on the work they need to do. ‘
“Despite all the noise around Harry and Meghan, the reality is that William and Kate have a pretty important job to do,” he told Real royalty TV.
This gives them space, and to some extent the Prince Andrew ongoing Epstein saga, it gives William and Kate the space to focus on the work they need to do.
“And I think they are doing very well at the moment.”
Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, will benefit from a divisional monarchy because it means they can focus on their “important” work. Pictured, visit to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn as part of the NHS anniversary celebrations on July 5 in Norfolk
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, will attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 in London on March 9
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to step down as senior royals in January, while the Duke of York retired ‘for the foreseeable future’ from royal post-car accident Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis last year – around his alleged connection with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince William and Kate have been at the forefront of the royal family’s response to the global crisis ever since.
They continued to operate behind closed doors and make video calls through virtual conversations while teaching their three children, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, one in their Norfolk Home, Anmer Hall.
In May, the pair called volunteers with video calls from the text messaging service Shout in May, marking it on Canada Day on July 1 with a video call to health professionals at Surrey Memorial Hospital in Fraser Health, British Columbia.
The body language expert said the royal, who has always had ‘impeccable’ body language, has dropped formalities in recent months. (Kate is pictured with Prince William, Harry and Meghan Markle on Commonwealth Day at Westminister Abbey in March 2019)
Kate Middleton, 38, helped pot plants and herbs while visiting The Nook in Framlingham Earl, Norfolk, one of the three East Anglia Children’s Hospices on June 25
And with the easing of the restrictions on locking, the duo have slowly returned to public appointments – with William pinting at pub reopenings in England on a visit to one of his locals in Norfolk last week.
He also visited Smiths the Bakers, in King’s Lynn, where he was presented with a cake for his 38th birthday on June 21.
Meanwhile, in mid-June, Kate took a trip to the family-run Fakenham Garden Center and helped pot plants and herbs while visiting The Nook in Framlingham Earl, Norfolk – one of the three East Anglia Children’s Hospices – a week later.
Recently, the couple visited Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn as part of the NHS anniversary celebrations on July 5 in Norfolk.
The 38-year-old Duke of Cambridge sipped an Aspalls cider while visiting The Rose and Crown pub in Snettisham, Norfolk on July 3