Prince William is a ‘normal guy’ and ‘like any other member of the Middleton family,’ his uncle has revealed.
Gary Goldsmith, the brother of Kate Middleton’s mother Carole, revealed that he first met the Duke of Cambridge while making a cup of tea at the family home in Berkshire and he ‘immediately’ told all of his friends that William and Kate were at it. dating even though he was ‘sworn’. to secrecy ‘.
In a new interview, the Ibiza-based self-made millionaire, 55, added that his niece has a ‘devilish and bad sense of humor’ and was ‘born to be a queen’.
Gary Goldsmith, the brother of Kate Middleton’s mother Carole, revealed that he first met the Duke of Cambridge while making a cup of tea at the family home and he ‘immediately’ told all his friends about dating William and Kate, despite being ‘sworn to secrecy’. ‘. Gary is pictured with his daughter at Pippa Middleton’s wedding in 2017
The first time he met William as’ surreal ‘, he told 60 Minutes Australia:’ I walked through the front door of the family home, there Kate cooked dinner and William made a cup of tea while the whole family walked 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 kind of crazy.
“That’s Prince William and he was just making a cup of tea.”
Gary added that he can’t have ‘regular’ talks 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’.
‘When the rugby was being watched I asked,’ Does your father support Wales and you support England? ‘
He discussed the first time he heard that William and Kate were dating and added, ‘Well I got the call, I was in a board meeting and Carole called me to say’ this could happen ‘and I was sworn to secrecy.
Gary said William is “a normal guy” and just like “any other member of the Middleton family.” William and Kate are depicted today in Saint Andrews
The conversation was “you what what” serious, I can’t believe this is real.
“The first thing you do, even if you’ve sworn to secrecy, is tell your best friends.
“I told them I think I am going to be the uncle of a queen of the country.”
Gary was clearly close to his niece and continued, “I think she was born ready [to be Queen].
‘It’s a modern version of the royal family we know, I think she’s perfect for that role.
“Of course I’m a little biased, but Kate and William wouldn’t be good at it.
While discussing William and Kate’s wedding day a decade ago, he added, “It was incredible from the moment we hopped in the car and went to the ceremony.
Gary, pictured on a conservative Black and White Ball party at the Natural History Museum in 2018, said his niece has a “ bad sense of humor. ”
‘It was crazy to think’ this is from Kate, I saw her walking down the aisle with Mike [Micheal Middleton, her father], I just looked at my daughter and we thought “oh em gee”. ‘
‘I’ll be like a baby when Kate becomes queen.
‘She’s someone to be super proud of, she’s nicer inside than 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 homely and very good at cooking, she’s almost the girl next door with a depraved sense of humor that just happens to play a very important role.”
Gary described the first time he met William as ‘surreal’ and said to 60 Minutes Australia, ‘I walked through the front door of the family home, there Kate cooked and William made a cup of tea while the whole family walked around’. William and Kate were photographed yesterday in Scotland
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 that Kate cracked less Meghan in tears over bridesmaids’ dresses.
After the bombshell interview aired in March, Mr. Goldsmith posted a message on LinkedIn saying Harry and Meghan “ crave muppets for attention. ”
He pleaded with them to ‘shut up the F’ 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 of it, but I’ll stick with it’.
“I am just very disappointed with them and there is a whole nation that is extremely disappointed with them,” he said in the interview on Australian TV on Sunday night local time.
‘We all love Harry, the whole world loves Harry, but you just don’t do what they did.
“You just don’t do what they did and then you’re gonna talk like that on Oprah. It’s just not how the world works. ‘
One of the proud uncle’s biggest issues with the couple is Meghan’s inflammatory claim that the Duchess of Cambridge made her cry in an emotional row leading up to her 2018 wedding.
“I don’t believe a word of it,” he told the Channel Nine program.