Queen is ‘impressed by Kate Middleton’ because she ‘loved William for himself, not the title’

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The Queen is 'impressed by Kate Middleton' and spends time nurturing the relationship between The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after 'making mistakes with Charles and Diana' The pair are pictured in 2012


The Queen is ‘impressed by Kate Middleton’ and spends time nurturing the relationship between The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after ‘making mistakes with Charles and Diana’, a royal expert has claimed.

Her Majesty, 96, is sees William, 39, and Kate, 40, ‘very much as the future’ and believes Charles will act as ‘interregnum’ with the ‘burden of monarchy’ falling on the Cambridges.

Speaking to OK! magazine,  Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton said: ‘The thing about Kate is the Queen was impressed she adored and loved William for himself, not for his title’.

‘She spends a lot more time supporting and nurturing the relationship between William and Catherine than she did with Charles and Diana. It’s pretty clear she wasn’t going to make that mistake again.

The Queen is 'impressed by Kate Middleton' and spends time nurturing the relationship between The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after 'making mistakes with Charles and Diana' The pair are pictured in 2012

The Queen is ‘impressed by Kate Middleton’ and spends time nurturing the relationship between The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after ‘making mistakes with Charles and Diana’ The pair are pictured in 2012

Her Majesty, 96, is sees William. 39. and Kate, 40, 'very much as the future' and believes Charles will act as 'interregnum' with the 'burden of monarchy' falling on the Cambridges. The three are pictured in 2019

Her Majesty, 96, is sees William. 39. and Kate, 40, 'very much as the future' and believes Charles will act as 'interregnum' with the 'burden of monarchy' falling on the Cambridges. The three are pictured in 2019

Her Majesty, 96, is sees William. 39. and Kate, 40, ‘very much as the future’ and believes Charles will act as ‘interregnum’ with the ‘burden of monarchy’ falling on the Cambridges. The three are pictured in 2019

‘Everything that happened in [Kate and William’s] relationship was quite strategic, quite thought through, after a period of time.

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He added: ‘In the beginning, nobody in the royal household expected for a second that the university romance with Catherine and William would continue for any time after they graduated, like most college romances which disintegrate under the intense scrutiny of jobs and geography.’

The biographer added that Her Majesty is ‘no fool’ and knows Prince Charles will just oversee the gap between monarchies, like Edward VII.

 The Queen, who celebrates 70 years on the throne next weekend, hasn’t been shy about her admiration of her grandson’s wife.

Former BBC’s royal correspondent Jennie Bond previously said Her Majesty admires the way the Duchess has become a ‘Queen in waiting’

The Queen was also said to be ‘practically skipping’ with joy on the day of Prince William’s wedding to Kate Middleton, according to Mr Morton. 

In an extract from his upcoming book The Queen, published by the Daily Mirror , he wrote that the Queen felt the big day in April 2011 was an important milestone for the monarchy following difficult years where her children's marriages failed and Princess Diana was killed in a car crash. Pictured is Charles and Diane in 1983

In an extract from his upcoming book The Queen, published by the Daily Mirror , he wrote that the Queen felt the big day in April 2011 was an important milestone for the monarchy following difficult years where her children's marriages failed and Princess Diana was killed in a car crash. Pictured is Charles and Diane in 1983

In an extract from his upcoming book The Queen, published by the Daily Mirror , he wrote that the Queen felt the big day in April 2011 was an important milestone for the monarchy following difficult years where her children’s marriages failed and Princess Diana was killed in a car crash. Pictured is Charles and Diane in 1983

In an extract from his upcoming book The Queen, published by the Daily Mirror, he wrote that the Queen felt the big day in April 2011 was an important milestone for the monarchy following difficult years where her children’s marriages failed and Princess Diana was killed in a car crash.  

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Morton, who famously wrote Diana’s authorised biography, said: ‘The Queen was positively playful on the day of her grandson’s nuptials, ‘practically skipping’ according to one observer, absolutely thrilled at the way the public had reacted to the royal newlyweds. 

The Duchess of Cambridge stole the hearts of the nation wearing an Alexander McQueen wedding dress and received loud cheers from royal fans when she kissed her new husband on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

And nobody was more delighted by the positive reception than the Queen. 

Andrew Morton, a royal author, has written a biography for Her Majesty, titled 'The Queen.' He wrote that the Queen was 'positively playful' on her grandson's wedding day, pictured, according to the Daily Mirror

Andrew Morton, a royal author, has written a biography for Her Majesty, titled 'The Queen.' He wrote that the Queen was 'positively playful' on her grandson's wedding day, pictured, according to the Daily Mirror

Andrew Morton, a royal author, has written a biography for Her Majesty, titled ‘The Queen.’ He wrote that the Queen was ‘positively playful’ on her grandson’s wedding day, pictured, according to the Daily Mirror 

‘She had a sense that the future of the Royal Family, her family, was now secure. The monarchy was once again held in admiration and affection by the masses,’ Morton wrote.

It comes as senior royals William and Kate have stepped up to carry out increasing numbers of duties.

Kate last month did a joint engagement with Princess Anne for the first time, visiting maternity healthcare organisations with her.

And last week, the Duke of Cambridge sat by Prince Charles’s side as he read the Queen’s speech. 

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Yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped up to host a garden party at Buckingham Palace with Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex. 

Prince William did not attend because he had a separate engagement to unveil  a new memorial to Royal Navy submariners at the National Memorial Arboretum.

The garden parties are a chance for the monarch to celebrate and reward individuals who have distinguished themselves in public service.

They require the royal hosts to spend more than an hour on their feet as they make their way through the crowd.

It was announced last month that the Queen would not attend any of the parties because of her continued mobility problems.    



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