Kate Middleton is 'focused and professional'

Kate Middleton is ‘focused and professional’ and ‘becoming more impressive as time goes on’, source claims

  • Kate Middleton is becoming ‘more impressive’ as time goes on, a source has claimed, describing her delivery of royal duties as ‘focused and professional
  • The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, who will become Queen consort when Prince William ascends the throne, has become noticably more comfortable with her role in the public eye, having had a decade to adjust
  • Kate shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, with Prince William, 39, and is said to ‘run things’ at home – with the help of their nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo

Kate Middleton is becoming ‘more impressive’ as time goes on, a source has claimed, describing her delivery of royal duties as ‘focused and professional.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, who will become Queen consort when Prince William ascends the throne,  has become noticably more comfortable with her role in the public eye, having had a decade to adjust.

Kate shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, with Prince William, 39, and is said to ‘run things’ at home – with the help of their nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo.

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Kate Middleton (seen hosting a Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey this month) is becoming ‘more impressive’ as time goes on, a source has claimed, describing her delivery of royal duties as ‘focused and professional

The Duchess of Cambridge arriving for the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall last month

Revealing that Kate likes to keep an ‘ordinary life’, a source close to the royal household told People: ‘Kate is ‘more and more impressive as time goes on. She is a focused and professional woman.’

The insider also said that the couple like to enjoy down time  when the children are in bed.

‘William will bring Kate a gin-and-tonic. They look after each other, but in different ways,’ they added.

The Duchess of Cambridge meets members of the Scouts at Cop26 in November

Kate shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, with Prince William, 39, (seen last Christmas)  and is said to ‘run things’ at home – with the help of their nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo 

This week royal expert Dickie Arbiter explained how Kate’s Christmas carol service at Westminster showed the younger royals were stepping up, telling FEMAIL: ‘It’s the third generation taking the lead – we’re living in a time, the Cambridge’s are the bridge within the monarchy.’ 

Dickie explained: ‘The carol service was Kate’s idea – but it’s one way for other members of the royal family, who have all been involved in one way or another on the Covid front, to come together and say thankyou.

‘Whether through their own charities, individuals, Zoom calls with nurses or health workers etc, this was a way of the family coming together to say thanks.

‘It was very much the Duchess of Cambridge’s initiative, who works very closely together with the Duke.

Dickie Arbiter told FEMAIL the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are ‘acting like a bridge’ to help younger generations connect to the Queen

‘It was almost a joint project with the Duchess taking the lead.

‘The royal family were at the forefront of thanking people who have done exceptional work in the community.

‘We’re living in a society where a lot relies on volunteers – and during Covid- one thing the royal family can do is bring people together to say thankyou.’

The royal expert continued to explain that the significance of the work from the Cambridges for the future of the monarchy.

He said: ‘Young people know who the queen is but they cant quite attune with someone so distant in terms of the age gap.

‘When you have people like the Cambridges, they act as a bridge between the young people and older generation.’

Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, are ‘taking the lead’ in Royal Family, a royal expert has claimed

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