The closest confidant of Princess Margaret Lady Glenconner says that & # 39; perfect & # 39; Prince William and Kate Middleton the & # 39; golden pair & # 39; belong to the royal family
- Lady Glenconner, 87, was the lady-in-law and close friend of Princess Margaret
- Her deceased husband Colin Tennant bought the private island of Mustique in 1945
- Named Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37, & # 39; perfect & # 39; and a & # 39; golden couple & # 39;
- Said Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are & # 39; just right & # 39; for the younger generation
- They also revealed to her that they were & # 39; fond & # 39; on holiday in Mustique because it is & # 39; so private & # 39; is
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are a & # 39; perfect & # 39; & # 39; golden couple & # 39 ;, according to princess Margaret & # 39; s closest confidant Lady Anne Glenconner.
Lady Anne Glenconner, 87, told it Times that Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37, & # 39; absolutely gorgeous & # 39; and & # 39; just right for the younger generation & # 39; to be.
The former maid of honor also revealed how the couple told her they & # 39; loved vacationing on private island Mustique, which was owned by the late husband Colin Tennant of Lady Glenconner.
She said: & They said how much they enjoyed Mustique because it is so private. We now have turtles and apparently George and Charlotte loved it. & # 39;
Lady Anne Glenconne, 87, named Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37, a & # 39; golden couple & # 39; and said the royal pair & # 39; was just right for the royal generation & # 39;
She further said that Prince George (6) and Princess Charlotte (4) had been on vacation on the luxury island of Mustique with their parents.
Lady Glenconner grew up alongside Queen Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret in Holkham Hall, which bordered on Sandringham.
She became close friends with Margaret and was her maid of honor until the death of the royal family in 2002.
She has also known Prince William and Prince Harry since they were children, even bathing the boys together when they were young.
She called Prince William and Kate & # 39; absolutely gorgeous & # 39; together and added that they are a & # 39; golden couple & # 39; goods.
Lady Glenconner suggested that Prince George and Princess Charlotte had spent & # 39; & # 39; on luxury island Mustique
She added that she & # 39; great admiration & # 39; for them both.
Lady Glenconner was married to the late Colin Tennant, who bought Mustique and transformed it into a paradise where the Cambridges holiday takes place every year.
The idyllic Caribbean destination has been a favorite of the royal couple for years.
Last year Prince George learned to swim in the crystal clear Caribbean Sea for his birthday on July 22.
Lady Glenconner said she had traveled with the Cambridges on a flight to the island for a trip to celebrate 60 years since Colin had bought the island.
She said the royal couple told her how much they enjoyed spending time there.
Lady Glenconner was a close friend of Princess Margaret, as well as a court lady (pictured together)
Lady Glenconner & # 39; s husband Colin Tennant transformed Mustique, where the royals often celebrate holidays (pictured, the Queen and Princess Margaret on the Caribbean island in 1977)
Lady Glenconner also suggested that the younger princes had expressed interest in the island's fauna.
She added: & # 39; No one is bothering them. They are so used to the royal family that nobody blindly watches. & # 39;
Lady Glenconner recently released the best-selling book & # 39; Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown & # 39; and told how the memoir was an attempt to & # 39; set the record straight & # 39; after previously false stories about her life were published.
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