Tuesday, 21 Mar 2023

Princess Kate ‘vanishing’ after Commonwealth service is ‘a bad look’

The Prince and Princess of Wales arrive at Commonwealth Day Service

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The Princess of Wales going missing after the annual Commonwealth Day service is a bad look, a royal expert has claimed.

Writing in her column for news.com.au, royal expert Daniela Elser wrote that after the service, which was held at Westminster Abbey on Monday afternoon, all other royals such as Prince William and the newly-appointed Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, all “trooped back to Buckingham Palace for the Commonwealth reception”. The mother-of-three, however, was “conspicuously absent from all the polite chitchat”.

Kate’s absence was noticed, despite an earlier press release saying, according to Ms Elser, that “she would be attending”.

There are “current theories” claiming that she could have been collecting Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis from school. However, with the fact that the Waleses have a nanny, this seems unlikely.

Ms Elser added: “Sure, Kate’s desire ro perpetually do the school run is admirable and all, but does not change the fact that her priorities in this instance are reall quite off.”


King Charles tipped to completely snub Prince Harry in his will

The Duke of Sussex could get nothing from his father’s will in the same way Prince Andrew reportedly did not receive a penny from Elizabeth II’s.

Prince Harry is likely to be completely snubbed in King Charles‘s will, a royal commentator has claimed. Daniela Elser said the Duke of Sussex and his uncle, Prince Andrew, are united by “some very bad news about wills”.


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