- Kate Middleton and her allies have arranged a new round of flattering press.
- She’s continuing the pity party started with the disastrous ‘Tatler” cover.
- At this point, it’s pretty exhausting to watch.
Kate Middleton still wants your sympathy.
After the disastrous “Tatler” cover story, the Duchess of Cambridge’s camp has arranged a new round of press trying to show her “vulnerable” side.
But at what point does this exhausting storyline finally get retired?
“I’m Just A Girl,” Says Kate Middleton
Forget playing “God Save The Queen” — Kate Middleton needs to hear “Just A Girl” by No Doubt every time she walks into the room.
According to a “royal etiquette expert,” the Duchess of Fragility doesn’t want to be seen as “strong.” Rather, she wants the world to know how terrible it is to have all eyes on her.
Those who know her say there is a real core of strength, and she did set her mind to the job. But at the same time, she’d have to be superhuman not to feel the pressure.
And of course, it wouldn’t be a Middleton press run without some blame being placed on Meghan and Harry.
Without Meghan and Harry, there is going to be a phenomenal workload on Catherine and William. None of the older [generations] can do it all. The pressure is on the two of them.
Cue the violins.
Isn’t This What They Wanted?
Let’s remember that Kate Middleton and Prince William appear to have gone to great lengths to make life difficult for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Who fights with a woman on her wedding day? The Duchess of Fragility, that’s who. Let’s remember that she made sure to go to war with Meghan Markle on Meghan’s wedding day because Meghan didn’t want her bridesmaids to wear tights.
How petty can you be?
And that was just one flashpoint in what’s rumored to have been a yearslong royal family feud.
So now that the Sussexes are gone, the Cambridges got what they wanted.
What’s the problem, then?
It sounds like Kate Middleton has gotten exactly what she wished for — and she’s got buyer’s remorse.
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