For the Queen, it seems that it was even earlier for Prince William that Kate Middleton is the right one: from the very first visit of the future granddaughter to the castle of Balmoral, Elizabeth II allowed him to break the record.
The Duchess Kate (37) was known for a long time as "Waity Katy" because it took a long time before Prince William (37) finally nailed nails and did not walk with his wife before the wedding altar. As the author Katie Nicholl reports in her book "Kate: The Future Queen," Queen Elizabeth (93) seems to have taken much less time to make sure Kate is right for her grandson. After all, Prince William did not dare to stop the hand of his long-time friend for eight long years. And on the engagement ring, on which he put his finger at that time, the beautiful brunette should still pay attention today.
Kate has changed her jewelry a bit, as you can see below.
Great honor for Kate
Although Queen Kate Middleton had long been aware that the marriage of her grandson Peter (41) and Autumn Phillips (41) had a fleeting encounter, she granted him special permission on his first visit to Balmoral Kate was allowed – contrary to the strict protocol – take pictures at the Queen's summer residence in Scotland.
With this gesture, Queen Kate wanted to make her feel at home in the royal family. In fact, it is forbidden to anyone who is not a member of the British royal family. A clear sign that the Queen could already imagine at the time that Kate would one day belong to the family. And she should be right.
Trust of the Queen
With permission to photograph at the residence of the royal family, the monarch showed his future grandmother grandmother great confidence in not sharing private photos with the public. And Duchess Kate is always a talented photographer, which we enjoy from time to time. She enjoys taking care of her children, not just birthdays. Finally, son George, as you can see below.
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