Kate Middleton and Prince William are considered the royal showcase couple.
But according to an expert, she is said to have changed the birth of her youngest son.
They are considered the
dream couple of
On the outside,
seems to be going well with
However, something is said to have changed
since the birth of their
youngest son Louis
London - For nearly 20 years, the two have been a couple, married for almost 10 years:
and the eldest
Queen Elizabeth II
, are considered the
par with the
They made their happiness
(2) form the center of the small
But of course, even in the best
, it happens again and again
- so naturally also with the
An expert claims to have observed that
Meghan Markle's sister-in-law *
not been the same
Kate Middleton and Prince William: things have changed since baby Louis was born
During a public appearance,
the two and, according to the British news portal express.co.uk, recognized a change in Prince William's wife Kate.
"William and Kate have
and continues: "Like many couples who work together, they seem to take turns in the
." But on their last appearance, James
based on their
“Kate has been a
in the past
But she recently
Although she - in contrast to her husband, who has been in royal circles from birth - was a middle-class woman before her marriage, according to the expert she integrated very well into the
But she always
to be developing
instead of focusing on being flawless," noted James.
should be a reason
for the new
the Duchess of Cambridge: “Kate's self-confidence has grown
since the birth of Baby Louis
Now she seems to be a bit of a
Above all she gets the cheers of the fans. "
Kate Middleton and Prince William: Royal duke couple much more relaxed
The expert also claims to have noticed that Kate, meanwhile, is much more
in her royal role
than before: "Kate has relaxed to show her
." With this, she should even her husband and brother of
* something have infected.
"This seems to have been picked up by William, who has also been acting much less cautious and relaxed lately," said the expert.
) * Merkur.de is part of the Ippen-Digital editors network.
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