The former royal butler Grant Harrold, well acquainted with Kate Middleton and Prince William from the early days of their relationship, noted the striking resemblance of the couple to the late Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip for a very sweet reason. He shared this observation with Hello Magazine.
Harrold describes the Prince and Princess of Wales as a pair are ‘best friends,’ just like the late Queen and Prince Philip, because they were a team, they were a partnership, and the two of them are very much like that. He even suggested that it was similar to history repeating itself.
He emphasized that the future King of Britain and his wife are an excellent team, who complement each other splendidly. Their shared great sense of humor is evident in the joy they find in each other’s company.
Harrold specifically recalled a breakup of a couple in the early 2000s. And expressing his deep sadness as he hoped for Kate and William to eventually marry. Their reconciliation and subsequent marriage in 2011 brought immense joy.
Expressing his thoughts, Harrold remarked, “I believe Kate will be an exceptional Queen. Her seamless transition from a completely different background into the royal world is admirable.”
Earlier, royal expert Robert Jobson noted frequent heated arguments within Prince William and Kate Middleton’s family, deeming it a natural aspect of any relationship. Despite these disagreements, the couple, deeply in love and with a robust partnership, diligently resolves issues diplomatically. Reported by The Mirror.
Jobson highlighted their differing dispute approaches, mentioning William’s tendency to raise his voice and lose composure. However, both strive to control themselves during intense moments, relying on their deep understanding to quickly resolve conflicts.
Kate’s calming influence plays a pivotal role in these situations, positively impacting William.
Their strong relationship thrives due to mutual support devoid of jealousy or friction, as they genuinely rejoice in each other’s accomplishments. Jobson wrote about this in his book released in 2022.