The Queen & # 39; has no intimate relationship & # 39; with Kate, because they don't have much in common, the Royal expert claims – but Meghan & # 39; makes her laugh & # 39;
- Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, revealed royal relationships
- 37. Kate, 37, has a formal relationship because she & # 39; Queen & # 39; s hope for the future & # 39; hold
- She told how Meghan, 37 and Her Majesty, 93, share a common interest in dogs
- Meghan and Queen had a joke about the first royal wedding together last year
The Queen & # 39; has no intimate relationship & # 39; with Kate Middleton – but Meghan Markle & # 39; makes her laugh & # 39 ;, a royal expert has claimed.
Ingrid Seward, editor in chief of Majesty Magazine, has revealed that some members of the royal family have a much closer bond than others.
& # 39; The queen admires Kate enormously, but has no intimate relationship with her because they don't have much in common & # 39 ;, she said. Fantastic digital.
& # 39; I think the Queen and Kate have a more serious relationship, because Kate apparently has all the Queen's hopes for the future and she wouldn't want to do anything to upset that. & # 39;
Become famous! The Queen and the Duchess of Sussex had a joke about their first royal engagement on June 14, 2018 when they were watching a ceremony to open the new Mersey Gateway Bridge
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen seemed more serious when they officially opened Bush House on March 19 at King & # 39; s College in London
The expert then discussed what Kate, 37, and Her Majesty, 93, would have in common alongside their royal duties, claiming that their relationship was much more formal.
& # 39; The common bond with Kate would be her children and I can't imagine the queen spending too much time talking about them; she is a very shy woman. & # 39;
On June 18, 2018, Meghan, 37, showed her growing bond with the queen when they performed their first official engagements together in Cheshire, just a month after her marriage.
They seemed to be famous, Meghan giggling and whispering in the Queen's ear as she watched a children's show at the opening of a new bridge over the River Mersey in Widnes.
The duchess flashed her stunning engagement band while sharing a joke with the queen during their first joint engagement
Great friends! The queen looked with great satisfaction when she started her day with Harry & # 39; s new wife and the couple showed their lighthearted bond as they laughed together during an opening ceremony for the new Mersey Gateway Bridge
& # 39; She would walk very carefully with Meghan and do her best to make her feel at home & # 39 ;, she told the publication.
& # 39; They love common dogs and Meghan knows how to make her smile. & # 39;
The royal editor also emphasized that although the Monarch has a close relationship with Prince William and Prince Harry, they do not see each other often.
While getting to know William when he was in school in Eton and fond of Harry & # 39; s sense of humor, she is the one with whom she spends the most time with whom she has the closest connection.
Ingrid added that the queen has a particularly good relationship with her oldest granddaughter Zara Tindall, 38, her husband Mike, 40, and her brother Peter Phillips, 41.
Last Tuesday's ITV race coverage showed Mike making the queen laugh when he took off his top hat to get a miniature replica from Royal Ascot.
He later revealed that it was made of chocolate and was a gift he took home for his five-year-old daughter, Mia.
The former rugby player performed his entertaining routine to the pleasure of Sophie Wessex and Princess Beatrice – but when asked if the queen thought the magic trick was funny, he replied: & # 39; It's your words, not mine! & # 39 ;
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