Royal experts reveal how Kate Middleton became the ‘jewel in the crown of the monarchy’

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Kate Middleton is “rapidly emerging as the jewel in the crown of the monarchy” thanks to her ability to “combine magic with a sense of the ordinary,” say royal experts.

Writing in the Sunday Telegraphs Stella magazineCamilla Tominey said the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, is on her way to becoming the royal family’s greatest asset.

Royal biographer Christopher Wilson added that her marriage to Prince William, 38, is strong because Kate, the mother of three, has remained grounded and makes no attempt to deceive her husband.

He said the Duchess is ‘unimpressed’ with life as a royal, arguably in the way she approached Prince Harry at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral and acted as a peacemaker between him and his brother.

Kate Middleton is ‘rapidly emerging as the jewel in the crown of the monarchy’ thanks to her ability to ‘combine magic with a sense of the ordinary’, say royal experts (photo last week with William in St Andrews)

“What Kate has accomplished – and I think in a better way than Princess Diana – is to combine magic with retaining a sense of the ordinary,” Christopher told Stella magazine.

Diana left stardom and disappeared into the stratosphere. Kate has kept her feet on the ground, coming from this determined middle-class family, which in turn also helped ground William. Their marriage is therefore strong. ‘

Christopher pointed out that there is no jealousy between William and Kate – unlike his father’s relationship with the late Princess of Wales – and there is no question of either transcending the other.

He added that Kate’s decision to speak to Harry and encourage a reconciliation between him and Prince William was a ‘deft’ move and, in his opinion, ‘completely spontaneous’.

Royal biographer said Kate's decision to speak to Harry at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral and encourage a reconciliation between him and Prince William was a 'nimble' move and 'completely spontaneous'.

Royal biographer said Kate’s decision to speak to Harry at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral and encourage a reconciliation between him and Prince William was a ‘nimble’ move and ‘completely spontaneous’.

“I didn’t see that as staged,” he said. ‘I thought it was very spontaneous and smart to let the two brothers talk to each other. It was a deft move that shows the Duchess is unimpressed with everything that’s going on. ‘

Meanwhile, Katie Nicholl, who wrote The Making of a Royal Romance about the couple’s romance, has claimed that Kate has been William’s ‘rock’ in recent months, leading Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to make a series of shocking allegations about the company. .

During an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke and Duchess and Sussex accused the royal family of institutional racism and lack of support when Meghan felt suicidal during the pregnancy of their son Archie, now two.

Katie Nicholl said Kate has been William's 'rock' for the past few months

Katie Nicholl said Kate has been William’s ‘rock’ for the past few months

In his new AppleTV + series with Oprah, The Me You Can’t See, Harry went on to accuse the royals of “ total neglect ” and criticized his father Prince Charles for leaving him alone to endure the trauma of the death of his mother, princess. Diana.

A friend told The Mail on Sunday that William was disappointed and “deeply concerned” after Harry’s latest execution and fears that his brother’s “truth bombings” will go a step too far and further damage relations with the Firm.

Katie described Kate as a “ pillar of strength ” and said that the Duchess is now taking on the role of guide and mentor that William was previously to her, helping him through tough times.

Referring to a speech by the Duchess last November, revealing the key findings of a Royal Foundation report on childhood, Katie said it showed faith that both her husband and the institution have in her.

Royal expert Camilla said Kate’s role, both as wife and mother of future kings, has never been more crucial.

“Her skillful handling of royal crises in recent months suggests that she is quickly emerging as the jewel in the monarchy’s crown,” she wrote.

Yesterday, Kate shared a photo of her getting her first Covid-19 vaccination at London’s Science Museum, thanking ‘everyone involved in the rollout’.

The Duchess was wearing a blue face cover up with a cream short-sleeved top and light blue jeans when a medic poked her in the arm yesterday in the South Kensington grounds.

It came just 10 days after her husband, Prince William, received his first injection from NHS medical staff at the same location.

Prince William was hit by the coronavirus in April 2020 and ‘struggled to breathe’ during his battle with the virus. But the public didn’t find out until later because the Royal didn’t want to alert them.

Yesterday, Kate shared a photo of her getting her first Covid-19 vaccination at London's Science Museum, thanking 'everyone involved in the rollout'

Yesterday, Kate shared a photo of her getting her first Covid-19 vaccination at London’s Science Museum, thanking ‘everyone involved in the rollout’

He is said to have caught it just days after his father Prince Charles announced he had Covid and shortly after Boris Johnson was hit by it.

The royal family was forced to isolate themselves at Anmer Hall in Norfolk when he shed the virus while doctors helped him through it.

On Friday, William and Kate issued a personal thank you card dedicated to the people who made their recent tour of Scotland ‘so special’.

The thoughtful note included a sketch of St Andrews – the college town where the couple met during their studies – which Kate drew in 2002.

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