Kate Middleton: this project that her mother, Carole, gave up for Prince Philip

This is an important decision that Carole Middleton made. Kate Middleton’s mother has obviously decided to put the British royal family before her … or at least before her business. To understand better, Carole Middleton was supposed to be on the cover of Good Housekeeping magazine. The businesswoman was to be at the center of an advertising campaign for her company Party Pieces in the famous magazine, to which she had given an interview especially for the occasion.

After making contact with her daughter Kate Middleton and the latter’s husband, Prince William, Carole Middleton finally gave up her cover. According to information from The Sun, the businesswoman asked the editors of the magazine not to promote her interview, because she did not want to upset the royal family while Prince Philip is still in the hospital, and has since Several weeks.

Carole Middleton, “respectful and sensitive to the royal family”

Since the mid-90s, Carole Middleton has been at the head of a sales company specializing in accessories for children’s snacks, called Party Pieces. According to the confidences of a relative, the mother of the Duchess of Cambridge is “incredibly proud of her business and all the hard work that goes into it”. However, the 66-year-old businesswoman did not want to attract the attention of the media because she “is respectful and sensitive to Catherine [her daughter, note] and the royal family”. The source ends by explaining that Carole Middleton has given up on the advertising campaign, “even if thousands of dollars invested in marketing will potentially be lost”.

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