Kate Middleton Says Cressida Bonas Will Never Be Good Enough For Prince Harry

Kate Middleton Says Cressida Bonas Will Never Be Good Enough For Prince Harry

We have watched Kate Middleton adjust to playing several new roles over the past few years. Obviously she’s Prince William’s wife and Prince George’s mother, but Kate also takes her position as a sister-in-law to Prince Harry very seriously. She has handed out a lot of useful information to the notorious jokester and the two have formed a really strong bond.

Harry has spent the last 18 months fixated on his love for socialite Cressida Bonas that he almost seems to not realize that the couple are not exactly on the same page. Kate has taken it upon herself to try and drive home the point that Cressy will never be quite good enough for Harry. According to the Dec. 2nd print edition of Life & Style magazine she is a free-spirited 24-year old that gets very nervous at even the thought of joining the royal family. Meanwhile, 30-year old Harry has watched Kate and William enjoy their own happily-ever-after and he is ready to create one of his own. Kate seems to truly believe that Harry is setting himself up for heartbreak and she is trying to at least make him entertain the idea that this relationship may not be built to last.

It seems that while Kate might have good reason to worry, but she also has a very personal reason for not wanting Cressida to eventually become her sister-in-law. While William and Kate broke up in 2007/2008, William fell hard for Isabella Calthorpe, Cressida’s half sister and the only reason that pairing didn’t work out was because she had no interest in marrying into the royal family. This woman came between Kate and William and there is no way that she wants any connection to Isabella’s family shoved in her face. Of course Kate would prefer that Harry date anyone else!

Do you think that Harry will propose to Cressy and if so would she actually accept or is she just too flighty to even consider it? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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