Learn about the inspirational story of Kate MiddletonIn Kate Middleton: A Biography of the Duchess of Cambridge you will learn about Kate Middleton’s magical life. Kate Middleton’s story seems like a modern-day fairytale; a girl from relatively humble beginnings is now a beautiful young woman living the life of a princess. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; her husband, Prince William; and brother-in-law, Prince Harry, have endeared themselves to people worldwide with their down-to-earth nature, willingness to laugh at themselves and accessibility. As interest in the royals continues to gain legions of new fans, there is more and more interest in their histories: What has made Kate the woman she is today? How did Kate meet her prince? What is her life like now? Read this biography to learn the answers to all these questions and so much more about this engaging woman and her magical life with her prince.Here is a preview of this biography:Kate—An IntroductionKate’s ChildhoodUniversity Life and the CourtshipThe WeddingReaction to KateLife as a RoyalHere is an excerpt from the book:At the time of the troubled relationship between William and Kate, reports indicated that Kate was very aware of the snobbery she and her family faced, with her primary concern being for the wellbeing of her family. In fact, Kate is the first working-class woman (“non-blueblood”) to marry into the royal family in modern history; the last time it happened was in 1660. Therefore, Kate has become an example of the upward mobility possible in modern England, in addition to demonstrating that the royal family is prepared to relax tradition and become more relevant in today’s society. Whether acceptance of Kate into the royal family was reluctant, or a relatively easy decision after seeing how happy William was, has been the subject of much speculation, with reports that the Duchess of Cornwall, in particular, thought Kate was “too common” and encouraged Prince Charles to urge his son to reconsider his relationship with Kate. This was despite the fact that Kate was set to become the first royal bride to hold a degree.
KATE MIDDLETON: The Commoner Who Would Be Queen In the lead up to the 20th anniversary of his mother’s death, Prince Harry – brother in law to Kate Middleton – made some interesting observations about the monarchy. He firstly said that the younger generation of royals feel that it is their role to modernize the monarchy. In so doing, these royals believe, they will maintain its popularity and sustain its role for doing good. They consider that, by bringing the House of Windsor into line with 21st century thinking, attitudes and lifestyles, they will enhance their own standing. But not for selfish purposes, or for self-aggrandizement. No, for far more altruistic reasons. They feel that from a position of trust and popularity they can do more to support charities, help the poor and suffering and improve the world. These are noble aims, and are to be applauded. But Harry said another thing in the interview. In extending the idea of duty and responsibility to Great Britain, to the Commonwealth and, where possible, the world he recognized that one day one of the young royals would be monarch themselves. It was just that, none of them wanted to do it. They knew that they would have to, but just as hoovering the sitting room or putting out the bins has to be done but is not much fun, it is a necessary but unappealing job. We can wonder whether this thought was anywhere in the mind of Kate Middleton, Berkshire lass, when she agreed to marry Prince William? And one day become his queen. This is the true story of Kate Middleton, a Berkshire commoner who will one day ascend to the throne.
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The Mail on Sunday Royal Editor and author of The Making of a Royal Romance presents the story of Kate Middleton's early life, relationships and marriage to Prince William of England, sharing new details about her initiation into royal life and her first pregnancy. 60,000 first printing.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge Royal Fashions Coloring Book (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)
Her Royal Highness models a gallery of regal fashions! Thirty pages of beautifully rendered, ready-to-color outfits feature ensembles made famous by the Duchess of Cambridge since her 2011 wedding to Prince William. Costumes include her stunning bridal gown, designed by Sarah Burton, creative director of the Alexander McQueen fashion house; as well as dresses created by Jenny Packham; Emilia Wickstead; and others. Captions include designers' names and color descriptions of the fashions.
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