A friend of Duchess Kate Middleton describes the path she would have taken if she hadn’t met William.


Kate Middleton’s friend describes the Duchess’s path if she hadn’t met William.

According to a royal friend, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, would have chosen a different path in life if she “hadn’t married William.”

After ten years as a member of the Royal Family, Kate will turn 40 on Sunday.

She married Prince William in 2011, and her solo initiatives in 2021, including hosting a Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey and Hold Still, a community project collecting moving photographs of the UK during lockdown, have gotten her a lot of praise.

Kate would never have pursued a public role if she hadn’t fallen in love with Prince William, according to a friend of the Duchess of Cambridge.

They also praised the royal’s work ethic, calling her “creative,” and claiming that if she hadn’t been in a relationship with William, the Duchess would have taken a different path in life.

Kate, they believe, would have started her own company.

“Funnily enough, I believe she would have started some kind of business if she hadn’t married William because she comes from an entrepreneurial background and is very creative herself,” the pal told The Daily Mail.

“She’s now applying it to her job.”

Kate’s mother Carole founded Party Pieces, which sells party supplies and decorations, in 1987, according to the friend’s entrepreneurial background.

Kate’s company, which she started when she was a kid, has grown into a major brand.

Kate was the inspiration for the company, Carole told the Daily Mail.

Carole said she was looking for decorations for Kate’s fifth birthday when she realized there was a demand for more party supplies.

The Duchess of Cambridge has focused her efforts on early childhood development during her time as a royal and has become a patron for a number of children’s charities.

She announced The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in June, in an attempt to establish a lifelong charitable legacy in the field.

The centre promotes increased awareness and research into the effects of the early years as part of the Cambridges’ charitable initiative.

According to a friend, the mother-of-three is excited to make a difference through projects like this one and mental health campaigns.

Kate, like her husband, William, is involved in mental health advocacy.

“She was the brains behind her new Center,” a friend of Kate’s claimed.

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