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Royal victory: Addition of ‘impeccable’ Kate Middleton ‘best thing’ Royal Family done

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Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge officially joined the Royal Family as she married Prince William in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey in April 2011. The History of Art graduate had the opportunity to slowly ease into royal life over nearly ten years as William’s girlfriend and secured the support of both senior family members and courtiers. The decision to have Kate join the institution has been dubbed as one of the “best things” the Queen has done for years.

Speaking to True Royalty TV, former BBC royal correspondent Michael Cole said: “She is probably a good example of one of the best things that the Royal Family has done for years.”

Royal expert Camilla Tominey concurred, saying: “You can say whatever you like about the Duchess of Cambridge but you cannot deny she was impeccably well brought up.”

The assessment was echoed by colleague Jennie Bond, who claimed the Duchess of Cambridge had won over Her Majesty with her “quiet dignity” and commitment to the Crown.

Ms Bond said: “She is doing really well, isn’t she? She’s so dignified, she has a quiet dignity the public is growing to love.

“The Queen is very, very fond of Sophie countess of Wessex – she often takes her place beside the Queen.

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“But I think she admires the way that Catherine, as she’s known in royal circles, has adapted to the job being a Queen-in-waiting.”

Royal expert Ashley Pearson commended Kate for her “intelligence” and her accomplishments through her royal careers.

Ms Peason said: “She is a very beautiful young woman who is very intelligent and rather polished.”

The Duchess of Cambridge has increasingly taken on a large number of patronages and she has seen her workload grow since she resumed her duties following the birth of her youngest son, Prince Louis.

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In addition to inheriting a series of patronages from the Queen since 2015, Kate has joined Prince William in supporting the Royal Family keep up with their duties during the lockdown.

Through a mix of solo and joint engagements, the Duchess has helped spread Her Majesty’s message of support to all those involved in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

And last month Kate was amongst the first royals to head back into the public with a visit to Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk.

During the visit, the Duchess echoed the sentiments of millions of Britons who had been forced to keep their distance from relatives through the lockdown.


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Kate said she had yet to see her parents, Michael and Carol Middleton, as the pair had shielded with their son James and his fiancée Alizee Thevenet in at their Berkshire home.

She said: “I’ve yet to see my family as they’re about three hours away in Berkshire, so I haven’t seen them and I miss them.”

With the summer break now in full swing, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could soon take some time to treat their three children to a small family holiday.

The Cambridges in the past kept up with traditional visits to the island of Mustique but with air travel still severely affected they may opt for a more local break.

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