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Kate Middleton had a sweet response when she was told she would be a “brilliant” Princess of Wales.
The moment between a royal fan and the Duchess of Cambridge was caught on camera and went viral on social media.
Middleton was joined by Prince William and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the June 4 outing to Cardiff Castle amid the events of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
While greeting fans outside the castle, someone said to Middleton: “You are going to be a brilliant Princess of Wales.”
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“Oh that’s very sweet,” the Duchess replied before glancing at William and adding, “I’m in good hands.”
The social media user who captured the exchange told People magazine that everyone was “hypnotized” by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
“The Cambridges are humble and a lovely family,” they told the outlet. “I flew last minute from Miami to attend the Platinum Jubilee and decided to go to Cardiff the day before. I met wonderful people from all over the world who wanted to meet them.”
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“We didn’t know they would bring Prince George and Princess Charlotte until later. Once we met the Cambridges, we were all spellbound by them. I missed my train to London and am Arrived late to the Platinum Party at the Palace, but it was worth it!”
Middleton will take the title of Princess of Wales once William obtains the title of Prince of Wales. For that to happen, Prince Charles would need to ascend to the title of King.
Princess Diana held the title of Princess of Wales before her death in 1997. After her divorce from Charles in 1996, she lost her title of “Her Royal Highness”, but retained the Princess of Wales.
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Prince Charles then married Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall in April 2005. Camilla has technically been Princess of Wales ever since, but did not take the title out of respect for Diana.