Unlike ‘Hollywood’ Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton rose to royal status ‘at her own pace.’

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Unlike ‘Hollywood’ Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton rose to royal status “at her own pace.”

EXCLUSIVE: Kate struggled to adjust to her new role as a senior royal, but the Royal Family allowed her to take on responsibilities “slowly” because she was not used to being the center of attention like Meghan, according to a royal expert.

According to a royal commentator, Kate Middleton struggled to adjust to being a member of the Royal Family because of the increased attention, unlike “confident” Meghan Markle, who was used to it.

When the Duchess of Cambridge first started dating Prince William at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, she was a student thrust into the spotlight.

Kate struggled to adjust to being a royal, according to royal commentator Brittani Barger, Deputy Editor of Royal Central, because of the attention, which is in stark contrast to Meghan’s confidence in joining the Royal Family.

Meghan Markle’s acting career and role on the hit TV show Suits had already given her a name in the United States.

The Duchess of Sussex was used to media attention, but Kate had never had it, Brittani explains.

“Before joining the Royal Family, Kate was very much a commoner,” she told the Brinkwire.

“Yes, she was followed by cameras from the moment her relationship with William was revealed, but not to the extent Meghan was in Hollywood.

“Meghan was self-assured and accustomed to being the center of attention, whereas Kate was not.

As a result, Kate had to adjust a little more.

“The Royal Family had also learned from the past and allowed her to take on patronages gradually, rather than cramming her schedule with engagements.”

They allowed her to go at her own pace.”

Meghan has since left the royal service with her husband, Prince Harry, while Kate has continued to rise to the challenge of being a senior royal.

Kate and others have stepped up in the Queen’s absence in recent months, following her health scare last year, which forced Her Majesty to lighten her schedule.

This Christmas, the Duchess of Cambridge also took center stage by hosting the Royal Carols: Together At Christmas concert, which aired on ITV.

Kate wowed royal fans at Westminster Abbey when she performed a duet with singer Tom Walker and accompanied him on a song.

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As she matures as a royal, Brittani believes we will see a lot more of the Duchess in the coming year.

“I believe we’ll only see Kate,” she explained.

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