Kate Middleton 'rose above' Prince Harry's 'rudeness' with 'enormous dignity'

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Kate Middleton 'rose above' Prince Harry's 'rudeness' with 'enormous dignity'

Royal expert Angela Levin told talkRADIO that the Duchess of Cambridge did not look resentful as she approached Prince Harry to "break the ice" bet

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Royal expert Angela Levin told talkRADIO that the Duchess of Cambridge did not look resentful as she approached Prince Harry to “break the ice” between the Duke of Sussex and her husband Prince William. The royal commentator also praised Kate as ‘remarkable’ for stepping away from the conversation in order to allow the brothers to talk.

Ms Levin said: “Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge directly walked up to Prince Harry and asked him whatever it was.

“She was chatty, she was lively, she did not look resentful.

“My goodness, they have been so rude about her but she rose above it with enormous dignity.

“Her body language was friendly, natural, relaxed.

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“Then Prince William, her husband, joined them and she quite remarkably stepped down onto the curb leaving the two brothers on the pavement.

“She gradually stepped back and talked to Sophie, Countess of Wessex.”

The royal commentator added: “It was very subtle and she kept looking to see if they were ok.

“The hardest thing is to break the ice, this broke the ice and enabled them to talk on a very moving and sunny day.”

Prince Philip died on April 9, 2021, at the age of 99. 

The Duke of Edinburgh would have turned 100 in June 2021.

The Queen and Prince Philip got married in November 1947, five years before she became Monarch.

This week the Queen will turn 95 as the Monarch has her first birthday since Prince Philip’s death.



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