Kate Middleton has always made a comparison with the late Princess Diana for the grace with which she carries her, similarly to how Diana did.
Continuing in this confrontation, two royal experts pondered how Diana would be a queen and how Kate’s dominant style will be when she becomes the queen consort.
Royal author Victoria Murphy believes that the Duchess of Cambridge is more like Queen Elizabeth II than Diana could ever have been.
“I’ve always thought that Kate has more in common the personality regarding the queen; not an extrovert, but quietly confident with the love of the outdoors and the ability to compartmentalize,” said Murphy.
“I think he still remains more of a team player than a leader and perhaps more of a listener than a speaker, but I think these qualities adapt well to his current and future roles,” he added.
“There is no doubt that Kate has grown enormously in confidence since joining the royal family. In the beginning, she was very keen to learn the ropes and look at others as a guide on what she should have done and you felt it .
“But gradually she started taking the lead more and now she looks much more like a driving force when it comes to the types of causes she and William are facing and how they approach their work,” she said. further.
Another real author, Angela Levin, gave Murphy’s approval a nod, saying, “I think she has gained confidence over time. She is a perfectionist who wants to get things right and has been nervous about not to do it. “
“Now she knows the ropes that she is more relaxed. I also think being a mother made a huge difference in the way she faces life as a real,” added Levin.