When the royal title is passed to Kate, Prince William will experience a ‘bittersweet moment.’


When the royal title is passed to Kate, Prince William will experience a ‘bittersweet moment.’

PRINCE WILLIAM is set to experience a “bittersweet moment” when his wife, Kate Middleton, receives a certain royal title.

When Prince Charles ascends to the throne, the Duchess of Cambridge, who turns 40 today, will inherit a particularly difficult royal title that belonged to her husband, Prince William’s late mother.

Princess Diana, sadly, never reached the same birthday milestone, and her title of Princess of Wales has remained vacant since her death in 1997.

Although the Duchess of Cornwall has the legal right to use the title, she has chosen not to do so out of respect for the title and the strong public emotions it evokes.

When Prince Charles becomes king, he must name his eldest son Prince of Wales.

“It’s hard to see it not happening,” a source told the Telegraph.

However, they continued to say that the occasion would be sad.

“I’m sure it’ll be a bit of a bittersweet moment,” the source continued.

“This is her [Diana’s] son and his wife, so it will be a poignant reminder of what we all lost.”

Kate has been compared to Diana over the years, but she has a deep admiration for the mother-in-law she never met, as evidenced by her fashion and jewelry.

Kate chose to pay not one, but two subtle but touching tributes to Princess Diana in a series of photographs taken to commemorate the Duchess of Cambridge’s 40th birthday.

Kate is depicted in a traditional pose in one black-and-white portrait, which pays a touching tribute to the late Princess of Wales.

Diana wears her hair swept back to show off her diamond and pearl drop earrings.

However, this isn’t Kate’s only tribute to her late mother-in-law; the iconic sapphire engagement ring worn by Diana is also visible, standing out against the white of her gown.

The portraits were taken by fashion photographer Paolo Roversi at Kew Gardens in November, and he described photographing Kate as “a moment of pure joy.”

“Taking Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge’s portrait was a true honor for me and a moment of pure joy,” he said.

“I was moved by her warm and friendly welcome, as well as enchanted by her gleaming eyes, which reflected the beauty of her soul and.

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