William and Kate are commended for their dedication to Diana’s legacy, saying, “It’s what she’d expect.”
Robert Jobson, a royal expert, appeared on the Great British Breakfast with GB News’ Simon McCoy and Kirsty Gallacher to discuss Princess Diana’s death anniversary.
Princess Diana died 24 years ago on Tuesday, and royal editor Robert Jobson spoke on the Great British Breakfast with Simon McCoy and Kirsty Gallacher to discuss the Princess of Wales’ legacy. Prince William and Kate Middleton were commended by the royal expert, who said their acts are “exactly what [Diana] would expect them to do.”
“She changed things for the better with the Royal Family,” he began.
“If you look at William and Kate, they’re doing precisely what she expects.
“I’m not sure what she’d think of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
“I think Harry, before Meghan, was a trailblazer in spreading the word about what Diana accomplished, but I think things have gone awry since then.”
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