Commoner, but rich heiress. In 2011, Kate Middleton made her entry into the British royal family after her marriage to Prince William, thus becoming one of the senior members, but also, the future queen consort of the kingdom. A breakthrough in the heart of one of the most influential royal houses in the world, which has been both hailed and criticized, sparking the wildest rumors about the Duchess of Cambridge, such as the one that her mother Carole was arranged for her to one day marry the heir to the British crown. A maneuver surely not intended to seize the fortunes of Windsor, when we see his impressive legacy.
As the Times revealed on March 1, quoted by The Mirror, it turns out that the Duchess’s family has a colossal inheritance, generated by Richard Noel Middleton, the paternal great-grandfather of Kate Middleton, who set up a trust estimated at “an amount of seven figures” for his descendants. A fund created from the fortune generated by his legal profession, as the daily highlights, to which is now added the fortune of Carole and Michael Middleton. Founders of Party Pieces, their party supplies business, the parents of the Duchess of Cambridge have managed to turn a profit to the point that their business is now estimated at £ 5.3million, or over £ 6million. euros. Enough to ensure good safety for their three children.
Kate Middleton continues her commitments in confinement
For the moment, Kate Middleton does not seem concerned about this colossal heritage, while she continues in full confinement her official commitments. Forced to review her organization because of the health crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Duchess of Cambridge now carries out her commitments by video-conferences, in particular in the company of Prince William. As on February 27, when they spoke with people who have been vaccinated in the United Kingdom, also warning against the disinformation circulating about the virus on social networks.
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