Prince William and Kate Middleton give themselves a new public outing in London, face to face with local schoolchildren. Their gentle style is seen as a response to Meghan Markle’s authoritarian ways.
Historian Robert Lacey explained the point of estrangement between Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex in his work “Guerre Royale” just released in France by Alban Michel editions.
This was in the wake of Prince Harry’s wife’s autocratic behavior with Kensington Palace staff.
“From the moment you learn These accusations of harassment, William called Harry and they didn’t understand each other. This is where Kate and William’s wary of Megan began, and William mentioned the fact that Megan might have a plan,” he explained in an interview with Madame Figaro.
Since then, the goal of Kate Middleton and Prince William has been to publicly decide this behavior and identify this difference.
British media The Express, looking at their meeting with schoolchildren at Kew Gardens in London at the Generation Earthshot event, said they were kind and smooth in their approach.
The royal couple were joined by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, television presenter and explorer Steve Backshall and two-time Olympic rowing champion Helen Glover.
Guests of the Heathland School in Hounslow participated in a series of fun activities as part of an educational initiative inspired by Prince William’s Earthshot Award.
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