Kate Middleton’s valuable skill that could ‘help the monarchy survive’ after ‘years perfecting’ it

The Princess of Wales' has reportedly shown signs of having worked on this for 'years' and it could now be 'muscle memory'

Kate’s valuable skill explained. Seen here is the Princess of Wales during her visit to Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton
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Kate’s valuable skill could reportedly “help the monarchy survive” and according to a body language expert she could have spent “years perfecting” it.  

Since Prince William and Kate’s wedding in 2011 the Princess of Wales has gained invaluable experience as she prepares for her future role as Queen Consort. She’s now accustomed to delivering powerful speeches and undertaking State Visits and solo engagements. However, these aren’t the only things she’s apparently been working on and another of Kate’s valuable skills could reportedly be key in helping the monarchy to “survive”. 

Analysing the Princess of Wales, body language expert Judi James expressed her belief to Fabulous Digital, as per The Sun, that the royal has spent a long time “perfecting” something crucial…

Catherine, Princess of Wales visits St Davids Cathedral

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“Kate has spent years perfecting the body language of sustainability and is now at no risk of looking bored or showing any negative emotions,” Judi claimed. “She looks comfortable and relaxed with her skills tucked into her muscle memory”.

The expert likened Kate’s ability to that of the late Queen Elizabeth, who she suggested was “always able to present the sweetest of smiles under the most difficult of circumstances”. She went on to disclose that whether or not the Princess of Wales is bored, fans wouldn’t be able to tell and Kate’s valuable skill is important.

Judi continued, “It would be naïve to suggest Kate is totally fascinated by every aspect of every meeting and visit but the point is she looks as though she is and this is an important skill that could help the monarchy survive into the future.”

Catherine, Princess of Wales visits HMP High Down

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Reflecting upon Kate’s body language over the last year in particular, the expert affirmed that the Princess of Wales “has been anything but one-dimensional” during this time. However, she believes that Kate’s way of doing things has meant she’s not jeopardising her own privacy whilst letting people get to know more of the real her. 

“Growing her brand by stealth has allowed her to show more facets of who she is without compromising her closely-guarded privacy,” Judi stated. “The cues and clues we’re seeing now suggest this is also the real Kate, the relaxed and very confident one that has been hiding behind the [more demure] version all those years.”

She described Kate’s “pitch perfect, bullet-proof royal smile” as remaining looking “relatively natural” even when it is “being sustained for long periods of time”. Over the years the Princess of Wales’ confidence undertaking engagements has flourished and just days ago she paid a solo visit to the Royal Naval Air Station in Yeovil.

Catherine, Princess of Wales reacts as she inflates an emergency life jacket

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Beaming throughout much of the visit, Kate was pictured laughing as she struggled a little to inflate a life-jacket in what Judi has dubbed as “one of the best examples of Kate’s new, three-dimensional approach”. This is just one of the recent examples of the Princess of Wales looking utterly relaxed and engaged when carrying out her royal duties and it seems that Kate’s valuable skill could reportedly be important to the monarchy for many years to come too.

Emma Shacklock

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