Kate Middleton’s fame has been kept consistent ever since she tied the knot with Prince William in 2011.
Due to the Duchess of Cambridge’s popularity skyrocketing in recent years, her stardom has afforded her extra royal privileges, an expert claimed.
PR guru Eddie Coram James revealed that Middleton’s almost blemish-free reputation has given her more time and flexibility to spend with her kids Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte.
“The Princess of Wales has remained broadly controversy-free for years,” James told the Daily Express recently.
The expert continued: “She’s kept her head down, not made a fuss, worked hard and dedicated herself to good causes.”
“Given the context, of course, the press has given her a free pass to the benefit of the doubt,” he said.
Middleton, 41, announced earlier this year that she would be skipping William’s trip to New York City for the Earthshot Prize Summit in order to stay with George, 10, as he takes his school exams.
James went on: “When she says she wants to miss Earthshot to focus on parenting, people trust that that is probably the case.”
According to the publicist, the way that Middleton and her husband, 41, have handled estranged brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent attacks on them have earned them great respect from the public.
The Invictus Games founder, 39, penned a series of scathing words about his sister-in-law in his memoir, “Spare,” that was published in January.
In the book, Harry wrote about Middleton’s tense relationship with the “Suits” star, 42, including describing the bridesmaid dress fallout between the two women.
Kate Middleton’s reputation affords her special royal privileges: expert