Kate’s ‘non-royal’ background is a vital asset to the ‘Understanding the People’ Royal Family | Royal | News
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge dazzled at Bond’s November premiere with her beauty and simplicity. Expert Neil Sean has suggested the Duchess would be a great asset to the Royal Family once she becomes Queen Consort due to her ‘normal’ background. The Duchess of Cambridge is good at connecting with people, as is Princess Diana due to her ‘non-royal’ upbringing and knows the day-to-day hardships of life, Mr Sean insisted.
Mr Sean said: “I think because she comes from a normal background, a non-royal background, she understands people and some of the struggles. She has seen a bit of life.
“Yes, she comes from a privileged background but she also knows life.
“And I think if Princess Diana was still with us, she really would have been very happy with the choice Prince William made for his bride and if you have any doubts, take a look at these wonderful photos of Catherine taking them. really wow at the Bond premiere.
Kate wore a gold Jenny Packham dress – the “Cape Effect Sequin Dress” costing around £ 3,893.28.
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She adorned the dress with earrings from O’Nitaa and wore Aquazzura’s nude heels with a finished look of tied hair.
Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer tweeted: “A sparkling royal team at the Bond film premiere tonight at the Royal Albert Hall.”
Royal Daily Mail Editor Rebecca English tweeted: “Kate is absolutely channeling her inner Bond Girl to gold!”
Caitlin McBride tweeted: “Kate Middleton at the premiere of #NoTimeToDie is the biggest jaw-dropping red carpet moment in about two years.”
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been praised for their parenting compared to previous generations of royals, as the couple try to spend as much time as possible with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis by dealing with dropouts almost every morning. and help with homework and school projects.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted a note on Twitter applauding Daniel Craig’s latest James Bond film.
They said, “It’s wonderful to see 007 on our big screens again!
“No Time To Die is the 25th Bond film and Daniel Craig’s last after 15 years in the role.
“It showcases the inspiring work of actors, musicians, directors, cinematographers and everyone else who helped make the film so special.”