The Queen is reliant on Kate after Meghan and Harry’s departure caused a ‘glamour’ shortage in the Royal Family.


The Queen is reliant on Kate, as Meghan and Harry’s departure has left the Royal Family short on ‘glamour.’

THE QUEEN looks to Kate, Duchess of Cambridge to provide the monarchy with an “essential glamour factor,” which has been in short supply since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left, according to a royal historian.

Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, left their positions as senior royals in 2020 and now live in the United States with their two children Archie and Lilibet.

In the absence of them and other senior royals, Kate – and others, including her husband Prince William – have stepped up to the plate to complete engagements and appearances, as well as uphold the Royal Family’s image.

Kate is currently a prominent feature for the Firm, according to royal historian Sarah Gristwood, and will continue to be so in the future.

Ms Gristwood also claims that the Duchess provides an “essential glamour factor” by appearing at events where the monarchy is the center of attention.

“We’ve seen a lot more of Kate recently – and I think that will very much continue into the future,” she told This website.

“Due to the family’s shrinking ranks and the Queen’s advanced age, all the remaining senior royals have had to ramp up their activities – but there’s one thing only Kate can provide, and that’s the necessary glamour factor.”

“Since Harry and Meghan left for the United States, no one else has been able to turn up at the James Bond premiere looking as stunning as she did and have their picture in every paper the next day.”

In September, the Duchess attended the premiere of No Time to Die at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where she made headlines for her stunning appearance.

She walked the red carpet with her husband Prince William, his father Prince Charles, and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, wearing a bespoke Jenny Packham structured gold gown.

Kate wore a gold embellished floor-length gown with a twisted waist, a cape, and extravagant shoulder detail.

The dress was described as a “declaration of intent” and a “power move on Kate’s part” by Daniela Elser of Australian news corporation at the time.

“This frock was a very audible statement about Kate stepping into, and owning, her power,” she continued, channeling the Goopy argot of the Sussexes’ California.

Fans grabbed the opportunity.

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