The royal family would simply fall apart without Kate Middleton, according to the late Princess Diana’s former butler, who adds that the future “lies on her.”
Paul Burrell, who worked for Diana for more than 10 years until her untimely death in 1997, believes everything about the royal family has been “fixed” by the new Princess of Wales.
“Kate is in an amazing position because it really all depends on her, the future is on Kate’s shoulders and that’s a huge responsibility because if she decides she doesn’t want to be part of her marriage anymore, then I think the royal family will fall apart,” Burrell said. said the mirror.
“Everything is determined by Kate, the future is supported by Catherine Middleton and it’s just incredible.”
Burrell has drawn comparisons between Middleton and her late mother-in-law, saying the pair share similarities.
“In the past, the future seemed to hang on Diana Spencer, the future queen,” Burrell explained.
“We are now looking for another Princess of Wales to play the same role Diana was married to, the Prince of Wales, and the future of the monarchy is up to her.”
“It’s not an enviable situation,” he added.
Burrell recently gave his opinion on the royal’s upcoming coronation, saying he believes Prince Harry will make the trip “alone” because his wife, Meghan Markle, will not be “brave or strong enough”.
The expert said the king had “retained the moral high ground” by inviting exiled royals to the May 6 coronation.
“It would probably be incredibly uncomfortable for them if they showed up, especially Megan,” the 64-year-old said. For Closer Magazine. Are they ready to face the music?
He continued: “I don’t think Meghan is brave or strong enough to be there – she had to look into the eyes of a family who pushed her under the bus.”
“But I think Harry might come alone and she might have told him she wouldn’t be at his side if he came.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – who was recently Receive their invitations To the May party – they’re still considering whether to make the 5,459-mile journey back to the UK.
“The ball ends up being really good in Harry and Meghan’s court,” Burrell noted, adding that it would be difficult for Harry to see Queen Camilla “where his mother could have been.”
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