The man who will be king, Prince William, is going to have an angry wife, and yes, we mean Kate Middleton. According to reports Prince William was of the opinion that Kate was cold and dull with unwashed hair and no make-up!
Royal writer Penny Junor is releasing her tell-all biography of Prince William on the 4th of June in the United States. The book, Prince William: The Man Who Will Be King is supposedly endorsed by His Royal Highness and insiders reveal that all of the most wonderful secrets of Princess Diana, Kate Middleton, and Prince Charles will be laid bare for the public to devour.
The biography describes Kate Middleton as a “cold, dull, serious girl, who was never liked by William’s friends”, according to In Touch. William has supposedly always been uncomfortable around women, having had to endure the boys’ school environment throughout his life. Kate, who has always been painted as the fairytale “new Diana” by the public and media, suffers a slew of revelations concerning her personal life and appearance in the upcoming book. Junor eloquently explained William and Kate’s 8-year courtship, “He had lost women he had loved, so he had to test her to see, if she too, would abandon him”.
The book continues to point out Kate’s first meeting with William and also infertility rumours due to her fragile, thin frame. According to In Touch, the biography claims when William met Kate for the first time she had “unwashed hair, no makeup and grubby jeans”. This is a strong contrast to the previously critically lauded Kate and creates an alarming interest in William’s marriage.
Diana was hunted down by the media, which eventually contributed to her death. Will this same fate befall Kate? Not necessarily so, as Junor says about Kate, “She’s steady and normal; although I am sure she can be great fun. She seems very well balanced.” This is a very opposite view to how Junor describes Diana in the book. As we reported her on CDL, Junor told the UK based Daily Mail that Diana had a “serious mental illness” and that Diana’s early life “was chaos”. Diana’s well documented struggle with bulimia was described by Junor in the Daily Mail as the following, “Bulimia is not just about trying to get slim. It is all about control: the one thing you can control is your diet. She was dishonest, because that is part of the disease.”
We all love to fantasize about marrying a prince one day, but is all the scrutiny worth it? Time will tell whether Kate becomes phased by these revelations or if, like Diana, she becomes oblivious to the changing public perception of her. Let us know your opinion in the comments below.