Kate Middleton and Prince William have ‘strategically’ planned out her royal career ‘in an unprecedented way’ with space for parenting’, royal sources claim
- Kate Middleton, 40, has had ‘long-term plan’ with Prince William about career
- Experts said Duchess of Cambridge’s career was built in ‘unprecedented’ way
- Revealed the mother-of-three ‘only takes something on if it really interests her’
- Meanwhile they said her workload built with ‘need to have space for parenting’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s royal career has been built in ‘an unprecedented way’ which allows ‘space for parenting’, experts have claimed.
Kate Middleton, 40, has been praised in recent months for her growing confidence and establishing herself as the nation’s future Queen.
Earlier this year, she was praised as ‘confident’ yet ‘assertive’ during her Caribbean tour with Prince William, 39, with experts saying as she ’emerged as a future Queen’ with as ‘much talent for firm, calm leadership as the current one’.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, a royal source explained her approach has been ‘strategic’ and ‘methodical’, adding: ‘Everything is all part of a long-term plan that she and William have worked out together.
‘Her royal career has been built in an unprecedented way, upon the need to have space for parenting.’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s royal career has been built in ‘an unprecedented way’ which allows ‘space for parenting’, experts have claimed
The royal insider added: ‘There was criticism in the early days of their marriage when they were said not to be doing enough, whereas in fact they were pursuing a different strategy, with the entire agreement of the Queen and Prince Charles.’
Meanwhile royal expert Ingrid Seward revealed how she is now very specific with the work she pursues, saying that she will only take on work where she feels she can ‘make a difference’.
She added that Kate is very much like the young Princess Elizabeth and ‘has always known her destiny and is ready for it now’.
It comes as a royal expert claimed Kate feels ‘a wrench’ being away from Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis during overseas tours.
A source explained Kate and William are ‘pursuing a different strategy, with the entire agreement of the Queen and Prince Charles’ with regard to her royal career
Katie Nicholl, author of Kate The Future Queen, who has been on several tours with Kate, said the mother-of-three struggles being away from her young family.
Speaking to Closer magazine, the royal expert said: ‘Kate wants to be modern, she wants to be hands-on, she wants to be present.’
Meanwhile the royal expert also revealed how Kate had described how ‘difficult’ it was leaving her children behind on previous royal tours, including Bhutan in 2016.
Katie added: ‘Despite being the Duchess of Cambridge and being able to afford around-the-clock nannies and so on, she had her mum looking after Prince George and Princess Charlotte, which struck me as just really normal.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, last week returned from a controversial tour of the Caribbean with the Duke, 39 (pictured)
‘I could see how much comfort and confidence that gave her in getting on with her job, which she does brilliantly, but I think it is always such a wrench for her to leave her children behind.’
And that feeling of ‘wrench’ is going to possibly intensify in the future as Kate and William’s royal duties increase.
Katie’s comments come days after a royal expert claimed the Queen Mother ‘would have approved of Kate Middleton’ because she is ‘the real deal.’