Kate and William are more than flush with the formalities of use in the daily life of the crown of England. In 2022, we can do without bows, bows and other salamalecs, believes the couple who have been married for eleven years now. A source close to the spouses told the Mirror that there should be change shortly in the corridors of Buckingham Palace. After a very hectic tour of the Caribbean, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to “be more accessible, less stuffy and break with a lot of tradition. »
According to the Sunday Mirror, Prince William wants to “move with the times”. It is time to adapt a dusty monarchy into a modern royalty compatible with the customs of the time. The mysterious source that “when the team returned to London, the couple debriefed with assistants. They reviewed all aspects of the tour and highlighted weak points and areas for improvement for the future. The general opinion was that the tour seemed outdated, disconnected, too formal and stuffy. Forget bombastic titles. You will now have to go to “Wills and Kate” when you want to have a chat with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate and William take on Britain’s old monarchy
The source interviewed by the Sunday Mirror says Kate and William “want to try to avoid bowing and curtsying in public, to be more approachable, less formal, less stuffy, to break with tradition and focus on a modern monarchy. This small revolution, we owe it to the disastrous reviews that the couple had to try during their tour in Jamaica. So this handshake accused of imperialism. Or a parade in a convertible Land Rover. To protesters demanding an apology from England for its involvement in the slave trade, William backed Prince Charles’ statement: “The appalling atrocity of slavery forever stains our history. Later, according to the Sunday Mirror’s source, Kate and William came across as “normal, down-to-earth people” during their time at the Invictus Games in Holland. Aware of their mistakes, Kate and William are now working to revise “the monarchy with the rules and traditions that surround it”. Tremble Charles and Camilla!
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