Kate Middleton's Transformation: How The Duchess' Body Language Changed Since Joining The Royal Family

November 5, 2019 16:40

Kate Middleton and Prince William's news about their long-awaited engagement happened nearly a decade after the couple began their romance. The two met at the University of St. Andrews and were believed to date roughly 10 years before Kate Middleton entered the royal family.

Royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith claimed she knew all the demands and pitfalls of the royalty long before joining it. Hence, the new role was a bit easier for her.

She knew enough, she’d seen enough and she’d experienced enough, so she was very well aware of what the responsibilities and demands were going to be.

Kate Middleton's body language

How Kate Middleton's body language changed since joining the royal family? This question is interesting, but the answer is even more thrilling for royal watchers.

It is no wonder the Duchess of Cambridge has become a much-loved member of the royal family. According to Express, one royal source stated it has taken several years for Kate Middleton to become comfortable in her role but nothing stops the diligent Duchess now.

Before the royal wedding in 2011, Catherine was a shy girl, waiting to marry William instead of pursuing her own career.

However, eight years later, in 2019, the mum-of-three showed her 'driven' and 'charismatic' side. Following the tour in Pakistan in the middle of October, the Duchess of Cambridge was praised for her confidence with which she handled all public engagements.

Vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham and political author, Sir Anthony Seldon claimed to The Sun:

Kate has that rare ability, possessed by very few people, of being able to talk and relate to those of different ages, backgrounds and ethnicities. It’s a magical talent that is infinitely precious and you either have it in life or you don’t. Most people don’t, but Kate does.

Kate Middleton's latest news

It comes as apparent that Prince William's wife has been preparing herself for being Queen Consort. Royal expert Rebecca Long told Us Weekly:

Kate’s been taking on new responsibilities little by little over the last few years, so it won’t be a shock when the time comes. William and Kate are the favorite royals to take the crown in many generations, so the people of the UK are very excited about it.

In particular, Duchess Catherine has been taking on more royal duties, she has begun to work solo more often, and she's been taking a lot of patronages from Queen Elizabeth II directly.

We do think Kate Middleton developed a new side of her sweet-hearted and goal-oriented personality. When the right time comes, she will definitely nail her new role as Queen Consort, the wife of future King.