Royal experts claim Prince William and Kate Middleton were given ‘higher roles due to their popularity’
Kate Middleton’s “realistic background” perfectly balances with Prince William’s “experience at The Firm” as they prepare to “lead the modern monarchy,” their former private secretary claimed.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, currently live in their London home at Kensington Palace as their children Prince GeorgeEight, Princess Charlotte, six years old Prince Louis, Three, back to school and nurseries in the capital.
The insider has now revealed how the couple’s “magic” comes from different backgrounds, and said the couple plans to “blend traditional duty with being totally modern parents.”
Talking to the people In the magazine, former Cambridge private secretary Jamie Luther Pinkerton said: “He has experience knowing where the institution is and seeing it evolve. The Duchess brings this practical awareness of what it means to be from a respectable and humble family.
It comes as royal author Andrew Looney claims the couple have been given a ‘higher role’ in the royal family due to their popularity.
Royal experts claim Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 38, are ready to lead the modern monarchy
Meanwhile, Jamie said Kate’s hard-working family background provided the perfect balance for Prince William’s future as king.
Another source added that they hope to focus on “various topics that family hasn’t always had,” with Jamie explaining, “If you roam the world, you won’t be able to get a better husband, frankly.”
Talking to expressionAndrew said the Duke and Duchess are moving forward while the Queen is standing back.
He explained: ‘William and Kate, who seem to be very popular, are advancing to the position that Charles and Camilla had.
The insider has now revealed how the couple’s “magic” comes from different backgrounds, and said they plan to “blend traditional duty with being totally modern parents.”
“Because, I’d say they’re more famous than Charles and Camilla, they probably got a higher role.”
It comes after it was revealed that the Duke and Duchess are seriously considering a move to Windsor.
The transfer discussed, which will bring the family closer to the Queen, is the most significant sign yet that the couple are preparing to take on a much larger role at the heart of the royal family.
A source said William and Kate are looking at accommodation options in the area suitable for raising their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
A source previously said that William and Kate are looking at accommodation options in the appropriate area to raise their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Pictured: Windsor Castle
The move, which will bring the family closer to the Queen (pictured), is the most significant sign yet that the couple are preparing to take on a larger role at the heart of the royal family.
They added that the properties under consideration could include Fort Belvedere, a Grade II listed house with a tower toward the southern end of Windsor Great Park, where King Edward VIII – the Queen’s uncle – signed his abdication papers in 1936.
The fort is owned by the Crown Estate and leased to the Weston family, friends of the royal family. From the top of the tower, on a clear day, Edward once wrote, you could see St. Paul’s Dome “with binoculars.”
But the castle was rejected as an option by palace aides.
Moving the family west – wherever it ends – may be both strategic and practical, as the monarchy prepares for major changes in the coming years.
For now, the Cambridge family split their time between their London base at Kensington Palace, where their offices are also located, and their country house Anmer Hall in Norfolk.