William and Kate Are Modelling Their Family on the Middletons


William and Kate Are Modelling Their Family on the Middletons

Prince William and Kate
Middleton got married in 2011 and have since welcomed three children.
According to The Sun’s former royal editor, Duncan Larcombe, the
Cambridge’s have been inspired by the “tight unit” of Kate’s family
and are “modelling” their own family on them. Mr. Larcombe recently
spoke on The Royal Beat about the Cambridge’s family-of-five unit. The royal
expert, who is also the author of Prince Harry: The Inside
Story, said: “I think what we’ve seen for some time now is the model
that William and Kate are essentially using, as a family, is the Middleton way.

“It’s that strong family,
brothers, sisters, everyone.”

He added: “It’s a tight

The couple welcomed their
first child, Prince George, in July 2013.

During the early years of
their relationship, Kate’s younger sister Pippa would often join Kate
to watch William play in charity polo matches.

Three years after their royal
wedding, in 2014, Pippa talked on the Today show about her
relationship with her sister and brother-in-law.

The 38-year-old said:
“We’re very close. And, you know, we support each other and get each
other’s opinions and things.”

Body language expert Judi
James previously told Express.co.uk that Kate is “in tune” with her
mother Carole when it comes to mirroring and mimicry signals.


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