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The Duchess Kate: - - Part of "Queen's School"

The Duchess Kate: – – Part of “Queen’s School”

The British royal family may be very happy with the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton (39), day.

According to her, the future queen has in fact assumed many royal duties recently People. This is due to several things:

The British royal family has had far fewer working actors in recent years. Prince Andrew is gone (61) because of them Scandalous relationships with EpsteinAnd Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) fled to the United States – and Prince Philip is dead, writes See and Hear expert on the royal house, Caroline Fagel, in an email to Dagbladet.

Better than Charles

Now Kate is seriously preparing for the role of the Queen of Britain Prince William (39) beside him. After that, the spouses inherit the throne Prince Charles (73), father of Prince Williams and Queen Elizabeth (99) son.

The Queen is 95 and needless to say, she doesn’t live forever. On the day of her passing, the couple Kate and William became the country’s heir apparent. And, of course, this is all part of the so-called Queen’s School. Vagel writes that the older generation educates the young, and they gradually become more independent and take on more and more tasks.

More famous than the crown prince: Kate beat her father-in-law in a battle for British hearts.  Photo: AFP/NTB

More famous than the crown prince: Kate beat her father-in-law in a battle for British hearts. Photo: AFP/NTB
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According to a See and Hear Royal House expert, the Duchess was loyal to the “family business” from the start, quickly becoming a famous representative of the Royal House, and a popular “employee” with the Queen.

In fact, today it is ranked as the fourth most popular member of Britain’s royal family – only Queen Elizabeth, the late Prince Philip and Prince William top it. She even beat out her father-in-law Prince Charles, who would be the next king after all!

Touch words for people

Kate certainly – as we mentioned – hasn’t been lazy lately, with more responsibility and more royal chores on the schedule. Earlier in December The Duchess arranged her first Christmas party I Westminster Abbey To honor the work of people and organizations across the UK who have supported communities through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Christmas party: Duchess Kate and Prince William during the Christmas party.  It was organized in honor of organizations across the UK.  Photo: Splash News/NTP

Christmas party: Duchess Kate and Prince William during the Christmas party. It was organized in honor of organizations across the UK. Photo: Splash News/NTP
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On the concert program, Kate wrote some well-chosen words:

“By being separated from others, we have been reminded of how powerful human connection is for all of us. How much we need each other. How loving and belonging to one another can provide comfort in difficult times. The importance of being together.”

Joanne Black was one of those who received recognition for her work helping seniors during the lockdown, and she was in attendance during the Christmas party.

What you wrote was beautiful. Bringing people together in this way is beautiful. I tested it very confidently. Black says, we will do well if this is the future queen People.

Opens: This performance with Taylor Swift and Bon Jovi left its mark on Prince William. Photo: NTB / AP
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The Queen gave an unconventional Christmas gift

Already on the first birthday in the castle, Kate made a good impression. according to good to know, Kate reportedly took a chance on the Queen’s Christmas gift, when she celebrated her first Christmas with the royal family in 2011. In the ITV documentary “Our Queen at 90”, she talks about the special Christmas gift.

Chutney Fan: Queen Elizabeth appreciated Kate's first Christmas gift.  It was a cup of homemade sauce.  Photo: Reuters / NTB

Chutney Fan: Queen Elizabeth appreciated Kate’s first Christmas gift. It was a cup of homemade sauce. Photo: Reuters / NTB
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– I thought about what I would give to my grandparents. So I thought, ‘I’m making something for her. It could have been wrong, but I made my grandmother’s recipe for the sauce.’

She must have been nervous about giving the Queen herself the modest gift, but fortunately it was well received. The next day it was at the dinner table.

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