Kate Middleton, Prince William Refuse To Focus On Negativity Brought About By Harry, Meghan’s Megxit
Kate Middleton and Prince William are, reportedly, determined to come out on top.
According to Heat, despite the stress and negativity that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle brought to the royal family, the Cambridges are determined to focus on their royal duties and roles.
“From the outset of all this Megxit business, Kate and William have just stuck to their job and sought to rise above any negativity. They’ve endeavored to keep their side to of the street clean and let the public judge for themselves whether they’re doing a good job or not,” a source said.
Since Prince Harry and Markle quit The Firm, Prince William and Middleton have been busy attending events and charities and holding virtual and in-person meetings.
In fact, even their children made a public appearance following the release of David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis adorably asked Attenborough questions about the environment and animals.
Prince William and Middleton's kids' video session with Attenborough, reportedly, garnered positive feedback from royal fans. And it also showed what the Cambridges are standing up for. Prince William, Middleton, and their kids are educating their kids about animals, nature, and kindness.
However, Prince Harry and Markle are doing the exact opposite while living in their $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara. Markle recently talked about being the most trolled person online. And Prince Harry seemingly encouraged Americans to not vote for Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also made headlines amid claims that they were told to let their children go off and enjoy themselves.
Republic head Graham Smith told Express that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis should lead a more private life away from their status as royals.
He said that there is no need to give the younger royals titles. After all, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis could just do whatever they wish to do when they get older.
By the time that Prince William dies, Prince George will become king. So, Graham is suggesting that he and his siblings should be left to lead their own lives privately for now.