Kind words. Duchess KateA fan complimented her on a recent trip to Wales and she replied warmly.
“You’re going to be a brilliant princess of Wales,” one well-wisher told Kate, 40, as she shook hands and chatted with people outside Cardiff Castle on June 4. “Oh, that’s very kind,” the Duchess replied. She gestured towards her husband. Prince William, and added, “I’m in good hands.”
In honor of William, 39, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte, Kate visited the castle along with William, 39. Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations earlier in the month. The Princess of Wales title will likely be taken by the native Reading resident. Prince CharlesWilliam becomes King, and William is now the Prince of Wales.
Royal expert Christopher AndersonSubmitted Use Weekly that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose to visit the Welsh castle instead of attending their niece Lilibet’s first birthday party at Frogmore Cottage. “William and Kate made no effort at all to introduce Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to [Lili],” Anderson claimed to UsJune 7. According to the royal expert, there is still “a lot of tension” between William and Kate and Prince HarryAnd Meghan Markle. Anderson added, “as far as I know, nobody believes they spoke [to one another]” during the Jubilee celebrations.
Prince Harry, 37, moved to California in 2020 with Markle, 40 and their son Archie (3 years). He is currently writing a memoir. Anderson explained. Use that “the Royal family is terrified about what’s going to be contained in the book Harry is going be publishing at the end of this year.”
Meanwhile, William and Kate are gearing up for a big move of their own — they’re leaving their longtime home at Kensington Palace.
“Kate and William are moving to Windsor to be closer to [Queen Elizabeth II]Carole [Middleton], who is always on hand to look after the kids when the Cambridges need to travel back and forth from London,” an insider told UseThis week, earlier.
The family will be located close to Windsor Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II lives since 2020. After their 2011 marriage, the duke and duchess moved to Kensington Palace in 2013.
The royal couple believes this move will be beneficial to their children. “Charlotte can go horse riding in the open air and George can play football on extensive grounds,” the source explained. “Louis loves being close to his great-grandma, and he’s going to take tennis lessons this summer. They’re starting over there, and George, Charlotte and Louis are really excited about going to a new school and being in the countryside in the fresh air where there’s lots of space for them to play freely.”