Here’s How Kate Middleton Has Been ‘Strategic’ In Planning Out Her ‘Unprecedented’ Royal Career
Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, has been "strategic" when it comes to planning out her "unprecedented" royal career.
Despite all of the scandals that have engulfed the royal family in recent years, Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton has remained just as popular and beloved as ever.
Royal experts are now speaking out to saying that Kate has been incredibly “strategic” about planning out her Royal career, which they say was built in an “unprecedented way.”
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Kate ‘Strategic’ About Approach To Royal Life
One Royal source told the Evening Standard that Kate has had a “strategic” and “methodical” approach to her Royal life.
“Everything is all part of a long-term plan that she and William have worked out together,” the insider said. “Her royal career has been built in an unprecedented way, upon the need to have space for parenting.”
“There was criticism in the early days of their marriage when they were said not to be doing enough, whereas in fact they were pursuing a different strategy, with the entire agreement of the Queen and Prince Charles,” the Royal source added.
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Royal expert Ingrid Seward told Daily Mail that Kate is very specific when it comes to what work she does, explaining that she only does work where she feels she can “make a difference.”
She also said that Kate is a lot like Queen Elizabeth was when she was a princess, as like her, she “has always known her destiny and is ready for it now.”
Kate Hates Being Away From Her Children
Royal biographer Katie Nicholl, who wrote the book “Kate The Future Queen,” told Closer Magazine that Kate feels the “wrench” of being away from her three young children when she does Royal tours around the world.
“I remember being with her when we were on a tour together in Bhutan [in 2016, when Princess Charlotte was just 11 months old] and we had a moment to talk about how difficult it was to leave little children behind,” Nicholl said.
“Despite being the Duchess of Cambridge and being able to afford around-the-clock nannies and so on, she had her mum looking after Prince George and Princess Charlotte, which struck me as just really normal,” she added. “I could see how much comfort and confidence that gave her in getting on with her job, which she does brilliantly, but I think it is always such a wrench for her to leave her children behind.”
Former Royal Butler Speaks Out
Former Royal Butler Paul Burrell, who worked for the Queen for 10 years, said that the 95-year-old monarch will be watching “with pride” as William and Kate perform their Royal duties in the coming years.
“William and Kate are being groomed right now,” said Paul. “They are serving their apprenticeship (to become future King and Queen) in the Caribbean – in the same way the Queen once did herself, because she is getting older and it’s inevitable what will happen.”
“The Queen will be very proud of them and their duties will be more as time goes on,” he added. “It’s sad for them because they have a young family and I’m sure they are going to see less and less of them.”
Throughout all the drama the Royal family has faced as of late, Kate has shown herself to be a woman who is always a class act. We can’t wait to see what she brings to the table as a Royal in the years to come.