this priceless thing that Carole Middleton, Kate’s mother, brings to her

this priceless thing that Carole Middleton, Kate’s mother, brings to her
this priceless thing that Carole Middleton, Kate’s mother, brings to her

Not everyone can get along with their mother-in-law. Fortunately, le prince William is one of those lucky ones. Since sharing his life with Kate Middleton, the Prince of Wales gets along wonderfully with Carole Middleton. A relationship so strong that he considers her his “second mother”. For him, she is the “mother figure he misses”, says an NHS psychiatrist.

Prince William, very close with his mother-in-law

Their complicity has been noticed on several occasions, notably during the Royal Ascot which took place last week. Prince William came to the aid of his mother-in-law who had her heel stuck in the grass. A gesture that touched many women, including Rebecca English, editor-in-chief of Daily Mail. The latter described Prince William as “true gentleman”. The journalist Max Pemberton wrote in her columns that Kate Middleton’s mother gave her a “preview” of the “normal life he never had” since the death of his mother, Princess Diana. We all know how tricky life with in-laws can be. And yet sometimes they provide a different kind of family to ours, which is welcome.” he declared in the columns of Daily Mail.

“A second mother”

“It is said that William considers Carole a second mother. Of course, he lost his at a young age, so Carole can represent this maternal figure (…)

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