The true relationship between Kate Middleton and her “supposed enemy”

The wife of Guillermo de Cambridge and the rumors of the confrontation with her supposed friend

The true relationship between Kate Middleton and her “supposed enemy”. Kate Middleton has been the talk of rumors in the UK. The reason? The supposed discussion that he would have had with a “intimate friend”.

Specifically, with Rose Hanbury, Marchioness of Cholmondeley. Such information did not include reliable sources or clarify the reason for such discussion, but the rumor spread like wildfire.

The subject drew attention, among other reasons, because for Kate everything is usually praise. However, with Meghan Markle out of the game after her motherhood, it was also not surprising that in her day she was looking for a new “White”To question.

Well, media such as Daily Mail questioned such information. Furthermore, the aforementioned newspaper collected the opinion of Richard Kay, an expert on royal houses. According to him, such an argument never existed. What’s more, the Duchess of Cambridge and Rose Hanbury get along, but they are not close friends.

Kate Middleton continued to fulfill her official schedule as if nothing. Without losing her smile at any time, she visited Gilwell Park, the quintessential meeting place for British scouts.

It should be remembered that the Duchess of Cambridge was a scout as a girl. In addition, already married to Guillermo, Kate volunteered in a group in Anglesey, where she and her husband lived for the first two years of their marriage.

As a child, Kate belonged to a scout group and wants her children to follow in her footsteps

Very close with children and young people, she was smiling and calm, apparently oblivious to the rumors about her “sudden and questioned enmity”With Rose. Aside from participating in various outdoor activities, she supervised a bivouac – a shelter to spend the night in the open air – carried out by the younger scouts, being amused and delighted at all times.

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Kate, who wore the traditional scarf, symbol of Scout commitment, confessed that she would like her children, George, Charlotte and Louis, to be scouts when the time comes. Queen Elizabeth is the patron saint of British explorers, whose association has 473,000 children and young people between the ages of 6 and 25.

In the future, it is expected that it will be the Duchess of Cambridge who will take over from the sovereign.

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