PRINCE WILLIAM has grown into his role as second-in-line to the throne and is “ready to become King,” according to royal commentators Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross. Royal fans Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross have discussed the changes Prince William has undergone as the Duke of Cambridge comes to terms with his role in the royal hierarchy. The hosts of the Royally Us podcast agreed that Prince William is “grown into the role” as a leading senior member of the Royal Family.
Ms Garibaldi told the Royally Us podcast: “I feel like he has really accepted this role in the last couple of years. “I don’t know if you remember it, it was an interview that he did a number of years ago when they asked, you know, do you want to become king and I think his response was, Well, nobody wants that in their future. “Like, yes, I’m prepared for the role, but nobody is seeking that out, I guess.
Ms Ross added: “I do remember that and I think he lost his mother at such a key pivotal time in his adolescence that I imagine those late teens, early twenties, as he moved on from that trauma and kind of had to accept his role as an adult, he was probably not thrilled with his lot in life at that point in time.
“But I think he’s really stepped into it. “He’s really grown into the role,” she continued. “There’s a lot of speculation that Kate has helped him in lots of different ways to accept his fate, so to speak.”
Ms Ross added: I don’t think anyone would really choose this role, but it was the one he’s born into, and he’s done a beautiful job of just accepting it and really growing into it.” It comes as Prince William begins to take on “heavy duties” with a trip to Dubai as the Queen starts to “back down” in her role, according to royal biographer Angela Levin.
Ms Levin was asked on GB New last week: “Things the Queen would have done a few years ago are now clearly being delegated. “How do you think they are dividing it between Prince Charles and Prince William?”
She responded: “The trip to Dubai for William is absolutely perfect.” Ms Levin continued: “In 2018 he went to Israel and Jordan, which is a diplomatic minefield, and he did very well there. This is an extension of that.
“Charles already has a lot on his plate because he has taken on the majority of what the Queen would do. It works well for both of them that William takes this on.
“The ruler of Dubai says he wants to invest £12bn into our economy and my goodness, we could do with that. “They think William will charm him.”