It is a well-known fact that the royal family members like to portray a certain image. Each one of them brings unique qualities to the table and they are all individually classic in their own ways.
Another thing that people are very aware of is the fact that the royals are constantly in the spotlight and certainly one of the most photographed groups of people in the entire world.
Being a member of the royal family is anything but easy. They have demanding schedules, and when performing their tasks, there really is no room for error. With almost everything the royals do reported by the press, we can only imagine that they have to be the best every single day to make the best possible impression.
Since Prince William is a future king, it makes sense that his wife is in the spotlight a little more than other family members. That’s why a royal expert says Queen Elizabeth is probably on her knees, thanking God for Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
Queen Elizabeth was only 25 when she took the throne
Queen Elizabeth has lived a life that the rest of us can only dream of. Born as Princess Elizabeth, she was not always in direct order, and it was only when her uncle, Edward VIII, abdicated the throne, that she realized she was destined to one day become queen.
According to Town & Country, she is the longest reigning monarch in history after taking the throne when she was only 25 years old. The Queen is a pretty amazing woman, both when she performs her official royal duties and also behind closed doors.
She has balance, dignity and grace that fans have admired for years, and Woman’s World reports that Her Majesty in her downtime has a sense of humor that keeps a smile on the face of everyone she comes in contact with. So who will be the ruling monarch after Queen Elizabeth? Her eldest son, Prince Charles, is ready to ascend the throne next, and then Prince William is next in line.
Kate Middleton is a future queen friend
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Unlike her grandmother, Kate was not born in royalty. In fact, she lived a life that the majority of her fans can relate to – growing up as the eldest of three children, playing sports and spending time with her close family in the village of Bucklebury in Berkshire, England.
When Kate went to college at the University of Saint Andrews, she did not know that her world was changing forever. After a few years, she began a relationship with Prince William, and the two dated for seven years, before Prince William finally gave the late Princess Diana’s engagement ring in sapphire and diamond and asked her to become his wife.
Fans could not have been happier, and according to Elle, the couple got married in April 2011, making Kate an official member of the royal family and having the current title Duchess of Cambridge.
Queen Elizabeth is probably on her knees and thanking God for Kate Middleton, says a royal expert
From the time he was a small child, there was no doubt that Prince William would eventually grow up to marry a lovely girl, so why is it likely that Queen Elizabeth on her knees would thank God for Kate? The Duchess of Cambridge is currently one of the most high-profile family members, and when she becomes Queen’s companion, she will have more fame than she does now.
“I think both Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are likely to kneel and pray to God, ‘Thank you for sending us Catherine Middleton,'” royal expert Ingrid Seward told Fox News. “She is a gem.”
Kate is a natural beauty that oozes of the class that one might expect from a royal, making her the perfect person for one day to be queen consort. She is traditional and also wonderful at performing tasks on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, and Her Majesty knows for sure how lucky she is that Middleton is married to the future King.
“She’s beautiful and never takes a bad photo,” Seward said. “And in this visual world that we live in, it is important to see someone who will be a future queen, as a beauty as she is. But she also works hard. She has brought a breath of fresh air into the Windsor family. ”