Kate Middleton Don't Want to Be Queen Soon

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton can become Queen of England earlier than she ever expected, based on a recently available report. For the mother of two, meaning mixed emotions. Once we told you yesterday, alleged palace insiders claim Prince William and Kate will soon be King and Queen once Elizabeth II's reign ends.

Her Royal Majesty has yet to formally say this, needless to say, so bring it with a grain of salt. Or two grains. Or 10. Or even a small boulder. Whatever the case, the report states that Prince Charles, 68, is all about to have leapfrogged in the type of succession to be able to preserve the monarchy. “Her Majesty seen that William and Kate are the long run,” said the palace insider, noting that her royal legacy hangs in the balance. “She's spent 65 years ensuring the House of Windsor survives," and this decision, while bold and surprising, isn't any different. That doesn't mean it's easy - proper involved.

Suffice it to express, Kate is royally conflicted about it. An elegant source stated that her concerns lie with kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and whether they'll be negatively impacted. Middleton didn't see this coming. How could they? "Kate had wanted to help keep a low profile for a couple more years," the origin said. "She's desperate to stay a hands-on mom." "She worries about being in the spotlight more." William and Kate, both 35, got married six years ago. They welcomed heir Prince George in July 2013 and then Charlotte in May 2015. The parents have previously expressed concerns about their kids growing up as normally as you can, so this can be a complicated situation. "She's worried about the added pressure on her behalf kids," the insider added of the mother of two, noting that they're camera shy because it is. On the flip side, this is exactly what she registered for.

The near future Queen has, since moving to Kensington Palcae, been working extra hard to ensure another generation is preparing to take over. "William and Kate have got on more responsibilities," the origin said, despite frequent talk of Kate being the laziest royal of time. "They're learning much more in what it entails to battle such powerful positions," and while this promotion is huge, it's not imminent. Elizabeth II has reigned for over six decades, but continues to be spry and active for 91, and doesn't have intention of abdicating the throne while alive. William could wait awhile yet (ask Charles). Whatever the case, George and Charlotte will quickly glean that their lives are completely different from regular kids, but will remain grounded just the same.

This originates from upbringing, and is actually paramount to William and Kate; George and Charlotte will soon be well raised, aside from title. Very much you are able to decide to try the bank. Also a guarantee is that they can look simply adorable alongside Kate and William for a long time to come. When they're King and Queen or perhaps during run-of-the-mill royal engagements, the youngsters will be the spitting image of the parents. We expect they'll lead charmed lives, although not due to the royal status Kate never enjoyed while she was growing up (see below). Because their mom and dad are pretty great. www.thehollywoodgossip.com

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