If you’ve been following the news about England’s most celebrated family, you might have spied a few eyebrow-raising headlines about Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.
When Will had no Will
There was an article that suggested her relationship with her husband, William, Duke of Cambridge, has been unstable. The pair met in 2001 at St. Andrew’s University. They broke up and reunited in 2007 and went on to tie the knot in 2011.
A friend of Kate’s had revealed that the latter was pursuing William when he wanted out and wasn’t willing to commit. When he was photographed with other women, Kate made it a point to be seen alone in public as much as possible to get back at him.
It is yet unclear whether they have had any recent issues — they appear rather content — but the surfacing of this article cannot just be written off as a coincidence or clickbait, can it?
Sisterhood Gone Sour?
A biographer of the Windsor family has said that William and Kate’s wedding was not a grand or spectacular event. It could merely be regarded as a chapter in a much bigger story.
It wouldn’t take an expert to know that Harry and Meghan’s eclipsed will and Kate’s wedding. The latter attracted widespread attention because they were the first biracial royal couple. Harry is of English royal stock while Meghan is half Caucasian and half African American.
Not very long ago, Harry and Megan withdrew from the Royal Foundation, leaving it to William and Kate. The reason they backed out is supposedly a rift between the two families who have put a considerable amount of distance between themselves—physical distance.
Nevertheless, Kate looked at her customary happy self at Royal Ascot alongside members of the royal family, so maybe things aren’t as severe as some folks would like you to believe.