Kate Middleton, the secret exit in London that triggers jealousies

Kate Middleton she would secretly leave the Palace. According to the Court Circular, which records all the commitments of members of the Royal Family, the Duchess of Cambridge went to the Natural History Museum in London on 7 October.

Kate would be sneaked out of Buckingham Palace after meeting with William Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his wife Olena, in the throne room. The visit of the Duchess in fact strangely has not been publicized until now and no post on the Twitter profile of Kensington Palace has been published about it, as is customary for all the commitments of the Dukes.

In any case, it was leaked that Kate visited the natural History Museum in South Kensington where he met Fiona McWilliams, Executive Director of Development. An appointment that will certainly have sparked some jealousy within the family by Lady Middleton. In fact, the museum is a favorite of his older children, George and Charlotte. Indeed, the Principino is a real lover of natural history. Even, Sir Richard Attenborough, with whom the Royal Baby they made a documentary, he is aware of it, so much so that he gave him a giant shark’s tooth.

Kate has been patron of the Museum since 2013, inheriting a post that Lady Diana held until 1993. Lady Middleton’s meeting last Wednesday was a surprise, because it was not announced by the Palace and for this very reason there are no official photos. A strategic move to avoid scenes at home with your children? Or perhaps the Duchess of Cambridge prepares a surprise for her subjects? The matter gets more tangled, considering that last year, just these days, William’s wife she had visited the Museum and then everything had taken place in an official manner according to protocol.

We will see. However, it’s not the first time Kate has been caught wandering the streets of London. Last September is was photographed with the youngest son, Louis, on his way back to the Palace along the Thames. While in Norfollk she was repeatedly immortalized in department stores, while shopping. In short, Lady Middleton is a mother like any other.

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