KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William don’t have a “God-given right” to the throne despite the line of succession, according to royal expert, Katie Nicholl.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge will become Queen when Prince William becomes King after the throne is given to Prince Charles but an expert has warned the Cambridges must “justify being there”. Ms Nicholl explained the royal pair will have to represent the people. She added the Queen doesn’t take the position for granted at all.
“I think certainly if we’re looking into the future towards King Willian and Queen Catherine, it’s not going to be seen as a God-given right.
“They’re going to need to justify being there.“They are going to need to be a King and Queen of the people.“Figurehead representatives for the UK and hard-working members of the Royal Family.“One has to respect the Queen hugely for that because I don’t think she takes her position for granted at all.“The image that is being cultivated of William and Kate now is going to be very important several years down the line because all of this will reflect our opinion of them.”
Ms Nicholl’s comments comes after Kate and William were spotted in rather rare display of PDA as they attended the Aga Khan Centre on October 02, 2019 in London.Kate was snapped touching her husband on the arm in a sweet gesture. A body expert analysed this sweet moment.
Body language expert Judi James told Express.co.uk: “Sometimes it’s the subtlest gestures that can say more about a couples’ relationship than the more open PDAs, especially with a long-established couple like William and Kate, as this micro-ritual proves.”Kate and Prince William are known for being less forthcoming with displays of affection than their royal counterparts, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.