Kate Middleton was officially part of the British royal family since she married the successor to Prince William Villi in 2011. Now he has three royal children, Prince George, five – who will one day be king – Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, seven months. Duchess Cambridge creates numerous royal appearances these days and appears to be in good relations with Queen Elizabeth II, 92. However, the royal expert claimed that she once ruled less amazed than Kate.
Kate and William started to have fun in 2001 after they met as students at the University of St. Andrev in Scotland.
The couple had been together for many years before finally deciding to hire them.
Kate Middleton's first official engagement was in 2010, when she and Willieam visited the Teenage Cancer Trust tournament in Norfolk.
However, in the years before this engagement, the queen in one way specifically criticized Kate.
She is said to have thought that Kate did not work enough at the time of courting Willyama.
Phil Dampier, who has been reporting about the royal family for more than 20 years, said: "Kate was a Villiam girl eight or nine years before they got engaged and married.
"There was a stage in which it seemed to really work very hard.
"The Queen once noted that Kate does not do much, so I think she had a pretty long time getting into the royal family."
Dampier thinks that the reason why Villiam did not bring Kate to the spotlight is so much because of his mother, Princess Diana.
Diana was famously persecuted by the press, and the prince did not want Kate's life so aggravated.
Dampier said: "William, because of what happened to his mother, was very protective of her, and since then he has always been.
"She only does what she wants and is satisfied and she is not placed under too much pressure and control. His family is his number one priority. "
Prince William and Kate are very fond of today, but an interview with the successor in 2005 showed that he was not always sure about his future with the Duchess.
In a news footage during a ski trip with Prince Charles and Prince Harry, Villiam was asked if he and Kate would be next to walk past the passage.
In response, William smiled before he said, "No, I do not think so."
According to the book "Making a Royal Romance" by Katie Nicholl in 2011, Villiam once dismissed any suggestion that she would soon marry her long-time girlfriend.
In an interview when he was only 22 years old, Villiam answered the question about marriage: "Look, I'm only 22 for God's sake. I'm too young to marry in my age. I do not want to get married until I finish 28 or maybe 30 years.