The world adored Princess Diana. Kate Middleton wants people to love her in the same way, but she doesn’t want to put in the hard work. The Duchess of Cambridge, once the shining star of the British Royal family, is slowly being pushed out of the spotlight because of her work-shy ways. Is Kate willing to pick up the pace in order to remain the world’s favorite Royal?
It’s not going to be easy. The Brits, and the rest of the world, are fed up with Kate’s allergy to hard work. A life of leisure and luxury is not a given when you marry an heir to the throne. Sweden’s Princess Sofia knows this. Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markle already has a head start on humanitarian work, something Kate doesn’t seem to enjoy.
Princess Sofia has slowly but surely brought more and more positive attention to Sweden’s Royal Family. After the couple married in 2014, Princess Sofia fulfilled a seeming never ending schedule of Royal engagements. Sofia, it appears, never shies away from working with the Global Child Forum which focuses on children’s rights in southern Africa
On October 15, 2016, Sweden’s Royal couple welcomed into the world their first child, Prince Alexander, Duke of Södermanland. The Swedish Royal Family recently released photos of Alexander’s christening and the charming baby boy is already capturing hearts around the world.
Kate Middleton may also have another rival for the spotlight now that Prince Harry has publicly acknowledged his relationship with Meghan Markle. Seemingly overnight, Meghan eclipsed Kate when the world discovered the actress has already taken on several charitable causes, all while keeping up a busy acting schedule.
The public and the paparazzi cannot get enough of the ‘Suits’ star. Meghan Markle’s humanitarian work has been highlighted and compared to Princess Diana’s. Kate Middleton, by comparison, is completely lacking in work ethic.
If Kate Middleton wants to remain the public’s favorite Royal, the Duchess of Cambridge will need to take on more serious causes, not just attend movie premieres and elegant cocktail parties. Kate will need to roll up her sleeves as Princess Diana did and get to work.
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Prinsessan Sofia inledde dagen i Värmland hos Fritidsbanken och träffade bland andra Britt-Lis Adolfsson som är platsansvarig för Fritidsbanken i Torsby. Fritidsbanken är som ett bibliotek fast med sport- och fritidsprylar. Den första öppnades 2013 i Deje, tre mil norr om Karlstad. Foto: Simone Syversson #kungahuset #prinsessansofia #fritidsbanken #värmland
After meeting staff and inmates at HM Prison Eastwood Park, The Duchess visited The Nelson’s Trust Women’s Centre, an organisation which provides support to vulnerable women and which works closely with Eastwood Park to provide ongoing support to women and their families, on departure from prison. Today’s engagements follow a visit to HMP Send last September, where The Duchess joined Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt), an addiction charity working to help prisoners addicted to drugs and alcohol. This visit continues to build on similar themes, as The Duchess seeks to broaden her understanding of problems such as addiction, poor mental health, and family breakdown and what support can be offered to vulnerable families to help break the cycles which are so often at the heart of these issues.
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