As the Duchess of Cambridge approaches her 40th birthday, William and the Queen transformed her into a “complete royal.”


As the Duchess of Cambridge approaches her 40th birthday, William and the Queen have transformed her into a “complete royal.”

EXCLUSIVE: Thanks to Prince William and the Queen, Kate Middleton has progressed from a “mischievous” and “common” schoolgirl to one of the most senior members of the Royal Family, according to a royal expert.

According to a royal commentator, Kate Middleton became the royal she is today thanks to the Queen’s great influence.

The public has watched Kate grow from a normal student to a senior member of the Royal Family, as she celebrates her 40th birthday today.

The Duchess of Cambridge was not well-known until she started dating Prince William at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.

Her life changed when cameras were placed in her face and she was followed everywhere she went, with details of her life being published in books and the media.

Claudia Joseph, a royal author, revealed how Kate “flashed her bottom” during A-levels in the 2011 documentary Kate Middleton: Biography.

There were also reports that when Kate wore a see-through dress to a charity fashion show, Prince William’s attention was drawn to her.

Kate was a “normal schoolgirl,” according to royal commentator Brittani Barger, Deputy Editor of Royal Central, who believes she has grown into the woman we see today thanks to the Royal Family and the Duchess’s admiration for the Queen.

“After we leave school, we all mature,” Brittani told the Brinkwire.

“Back in the day, Kate was a typical adolescent who was mischievous.

She has evolved into the woman we see today, thanks in large part to The Queen’s influence, since joining the Royal Family.

“The Duchess notices how The Queen conducts herself and deals with challenges, and she appears eager to follow in Her Majesty’s footsteps.”

“The Royal Family gave Kate space to grow into her role and didn’t put any pressure on her, which I believe helped her naturally develop her passions and feel less pressure than previous generations.”

In recent years, Kate has grown in stature as a royal, joining others to fill in for the Queen at high-profile events such as the Royal Variety Performance.

She has since met world leaders and made an impact through her own initiatives, such as the National Portrait Gallery’s recent Hold Still photography project.

The Duchess of Cambridge has also launched new addiction campaigns and lent her support to a variety of mental health and early childhood causes.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.


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