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Catherine of Cambridge had a heartfelt reaction when a fan paid him a meaningful compliment during an event in Wales earlier this month. On June 4, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Cardiff Castle for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. During the engagement, the couple chatted with well-wishers outside the castle.
At one point, a woman shook hands with Catherine of Cambridge and told her, “You’re going to be a brilliant Princess of Wales.” Looking very moved, she Catherine replied: “Oh, that’s very kind.”. Gesturing towards Prince William, he added: “I’m in good hands”.
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Catherine, who received the title of Duchess of Cambridge after her royal wedding with William in 2011, she will probably become the princess of wales (as did his late mother-in-law, Diana Princess of Wales) when Prince William assumes the title of Prince of Wales after his father, Prince Charles of Wales, became King of the United Kingdom.
The mother of princes Jorge, Charlotte and Luis faces the growing expectations of the British as future queen. “Those who know her say that there is a true core of strength, and she proposed the job”, said Sarah Gristwood, author of the book Elizabeth: The Queen and the Crownto the magazine People. “But at the same time, she would have to be superhuman not to feel the pressure,” she added.
Like the future queen raising a future king, Catherine of Cambridge is expected to perfectly fulfill multiple roles– princess, supportive wife, hands-on mother, international bridge builder, charity advocate, style icon, and more.
“The future queen is a role model for the United Kingdom but also for the world, which means that all eyes are on yousays royal etiquette expert Myka Meier, author of Modern Etiquette Made Easy. “The added pressure of having cameras everywhere to capture even the slightest eye movement makes everything he does a conscious effort. From the perfectly balanced posture to the way he walks down a staircase or out of a car, everything is done with care.”