Kate ‘there to help’ Prince Charles and Camilla in new roles ‘She’s got her own voice’

Kate Middleton 'there to help' Charles and Camilla says Levin

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The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, can help Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, as they step up in the monarchy, according to royal biographer Angela Levin. Speaking to GB News, Ms Levin said: “She’s got her voice now and she can say what she thinks.

“She was the one who thought up doing mental health for the Royal Foundation which was a tremendous success.

“I think she’s thoughtful and might come up with more surprises.

“But what I don’t think she will do which is perhaps just as important is trying to push out Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

“I think she is there to help.

“We saw a very loving couple of kisses that she gave Prince Charles which were very comforting and that she wanted to show that she does care about him.

“She seems to be getting on very well with her stepmother who doesn’t push herself.”

Her comments come as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were plunged into a “culture shock” in Londonderry as they sampled an initiative to welcome international students.

William and Kate were quizzed on how to pronounce Irish names and learned some of the city’s colloquial phrases which have become world famous thanks to the hit TV show Derry Girls.

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The duchess also showed her fearlessness by handling a tarantula.

It came during a visit to the Ulster University, where they met the first cohort of students at the new medical school as well as the first year group on the new paramedic science honours programme at the Magee campus.

Crowds of students turned out to see the royal visitors on Wednesday morning, watching on as they took an interest in a display of animals organised by local mobile zoo company KidzFarm, which regularly comes to the campus to help students deal with mental health and anxiety issues.

As well as rabbits and goats, there were also some wilder species.


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William handled a snake, describing it as “very cool” and adding: “George is obsessed with snakes, he’s going to be so upset he missed this.

Kate then asked to hold the tarantula, asking what its name is.

Told she is called Charlotte – the same as the royal couple’s daughter, Kate laughed: “Is she really?”

As Charlotte started moving up Kate’s hand, William joked that the spider was animated by his wife’s outfit – a purple trousersuit by Emilia Wickstead.

“Maybe she’s not so keen on purple, or she maybe thinks you’re a flower,” he said.

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