As the Jubilee approaches, the Queen’s reference to Kate and William is examined.


As the Jubilee approaches, the Queen’s reference to Kate and William is scrutinized.

According to a royal expert, QUEEN ELIZABETH II’s mention of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William in her Christmas broadcast “cannot be an accident.”

In her latest speech, the Queen mentioned four key royals, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who may have provided a blueprint for the coming months.

Kate and Prince William, as well as Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are expected to “fly the flag” for the Firm this year, according to royal expert Victoria Murphy.

“With William and Kate enjoying significant public support and Charles and Camilla having successfully established acceptance as a couple on the international stage, the senior working royals will continue to fly the flag in 2022,” she wrote in Town and Country magazine.

“It’s no coincidence that the Queen mentioned the two couples in her deeply personal Christmas Day message as having ‘taken on and magnified’ her beloved husband Prince Philip’s work.”

The Queen spoke about her husband, who died in April at Windsor Castle, in her Christmas speech.

The monarch spoke candidly about missing the Duke of Edinburgh’s “familiar laugh,” as well as some of Philip’s key areas of work, such as conservation.

She claimed that his firstborn Prince Charles and grandson Prince William have continued and expanded on Philip’s work in this area.

“He was also an early champion of taking our stewardship of the environment seriously, and I am proud beyond words that our eldest son Charles and his eldest son William – admirably supported by Camilla and Catherine – have taken on and magnified his pioneering work, most recently at the COP climate change summit in Glasgow,” she said.

During the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow in November, the Queen made a similar remark about Charles and Prince William’s dedication to environmental protection.

She had not, however, mentioned the princes’ consorts and their support work at the time.

Ms Murphy believes the four royals will be highly visible in the coming months and will play an important role in the Queen’s historic Platinum Jubilee celebrations around the world.

“As COVID restrictions ease, we can expect the working royals to travel extensively across the Commonwealth, as they have done in previous jubilees,” she said.

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