Kate Middleton ‘Loves Prince William In Military Uniform’, Says Reader: ‘He’s So Sexy’ | Royal | New
Kate and Prince William set to move to Buckingham Palace
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were given a “senior role” within the monarchy, due to their immense popularity. The couple are expected to resume royal duties this week as their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis return to school. William and Kate are mobilizing as the Queen cuts her royal engagement schedule, according to royal author Andrew Lownie.
The couple are also expected to move to Windsor in the coming weeks and months, where they can get closer to the Queen, picking up sticks from their country home in Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Anmer Hall was an ideal base for the Cambridges when William accepted a full-time position as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance eight years ago, a position he held after his service ended in as an RAF search and rescue pilot. .
Members of the royal family frequently wear military uniforms to accomplish their duties, and it seems William’s outfits are particularly suited to his wife Kate Middleton.
William graduated from the Sandhurst Military Academy in 2006, five years before the royal wedding.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Sandhurst Military Academy.
Prince Charles, Prince Willian and Prince Harry have all served in the military.
Unlike his younger brother Prince Harry, William did not serve in Afghanistan, due to ministerial advice not to place him in dangerous situations.
Kate attended the ceremony with her parents Carole and Michael Middlteon, as royals including the Queen watched William’s big day.
Fifteen years after graduation, a lip reader revealed Kate’s cheeky comment.
The lip reader told True Royalty documentary “Royal Wives” that Kate whispered, “I love him in uniform, he’s so, so sexy.”
Kate and her family arrived to the surprise of the media.
A royal expert said this was the moment she knew Kate and William would one day end up husband and wife.
Rebecca English told Channel 5 documentary “William and Kate: Too Good To Be True”: “We weren’t expecting Kate and her family to show up, and myself and a number of photographers and reporters. were all standing at a press booth together.
“Suddenly, out of the corner of our eye, we saw Kate, her mom and dad being driven past the seats.
“I remember turning to the person next to me and telling them that was it, it was done. This woman is going to be our future queen.
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The Queen and Prince Philip were both present for the big day.
The couple broke up a few months later, apparently due to the prince’s move to a military camp in Dorset while Kate was still living in London.
Fortunately, the breakup did not last long and rumors began to emerge that they had ‘rekindled’ their relationship shortly after the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in July 2007, where they were seated two rows apart. ‘from each other.
William finally knelt down while the couple were on vacation in Kenya, and the world found out three weeks later after an announcement from Clarence House.
They married in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey, with an estimated global audience of around 300 million.
William and Kate are expected to move to Windsor soon.
After serving in the RAF and then working in the air ambulance service, William left this post in July 2017 to assume full-time royal duties.
Currently based at Kensington Palace, the Cambridges have stepped up their charitable and ceremonial work in recent years.
However, a move to Windsor would allow the couple to be close to the Queen and also embrace the country lifestyle they know and love.
Andrew Lownie, author of several royal books, told Express.co.uk: “There is a public relations war going on, not just between the Sussexes and the Cambridges, but a public relations war waged by the monarchy for prepare everyone for life after the queen. “
He said we are currently in a period of “what can be called a gentle regency” where the Queen is starting to take a step back.
Prince Charles accompanies His Majesty in the commitments she makes, so “everyone is preparing for Charles and Camilla”.
He said: “As a result, William and Kate, who seem to be very popular, take the place of Charles and Camilla.
“Because they’re, I’d say, almost more popular than Charles and Camilla, they’ve probably been given a bigger role.”