Kate Middleton married Prince William after the couple courted for a considerable amount of time in May 2011. They met each other in the university and after a bumpy ride, they knew they were meant to be. Despite a breakup, they patched up and engaged right after. Kate Middleton proved to be the wife fit for the royal family in all respects. The congenial Kate Middleton has always won people’s hearts wherever she goes. With a smile that graces her face all time, Kate Middleton places the Queen, her country, and family above everyone else. This makes her a perfect fit for the future Queen Consort when Prince William becomes the king.
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The Duchess of Cambridge joined @CBBC’s #BluePeter to unveil the winner of their Royal Garden Competition at @RHSWisley – congratulations Jessica on your winning design! Jessica’s beautiful winning sculpture is made of wood and recycled metal, and wowed the judges with its stunning butterfly wings, covered in clematis flowers swipe to watch The Duchess and Jessica seeing the winning design for the first time. Congratulations also to the runners-up, Lucy and Megan, who designed beautiful tin can herbs and den building activity cards. The Duchess, Ben from @The_RHS and George Hassall joined the judging panel to pick out the winning entry for the competition, which The Duchess launched back in June this year
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Happy 90th Birthday to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists! RCOG, of which The Duchess of Cambridge became Patron in 2018, works to improve women's health care across the world. To mark their 90th year, we’re taking a look back at the long association between the College and @TheRoyalFamily: 2. Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) receives an Honorary RCOG Fellowship from Dame Hilda Lloyd in 1951. Two years earlier Dame Hilda became the first female president of RCOG, and of any medical royal college. 3. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother lays the foundation stone of RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1957. She became the College’s first Royal Patron in 1932. 4. The Queen officially opens RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1960. 5-7. RCOG has awarded an Honorary Fellowship to 10 members of the Royal Family, including Princess Margaret in 1966, The Princess Royal in 1979 and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1987. 8-10. Today RCOG has over 16,000 members worldwide. The college works with partners both in the UK and globally to improve the standard of care delivered to women, encourage the study of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), and advance the science and practice of O&G. Visit @rcobsgyn to find out more about their work and history, as they celebrate #RCOG90. Images and footage courtesy of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Kate Middleton, despite holding a key position in the royal family, is said to be congenial and kind to her staff members. In an interview given to The Mail’s Sunday magazine, a royal aide revealed that Kate Middleton even gives importance to the most junior staff members as she wants everyone’s voice to be heard. This lifts the morale of the young staff as they can not believe the Duchess knows their names. Even if someone makes a mistake, Kate Middleton believes in letting go and giving people a second chance. She understands that to err is human.
One of the reasons behind her famous controversy with Meghan Markle was her behavior with Kate's staff. Kate Middleton had an issue with the way Meghan Markle dealt with the staff. Coming from Hollywood, Meghan Markle worked differently and wanted everything perfect at all times. Kate Middleton could not handle it for long and stood up to Meghan Markle that she could not deal with her staff like that. One incident even happened before the wedding. Kate Middleton told Meghan Markle that she should not be speaking to her staff as it was Kate Middleton’s domain.