Bitch Wyatt: Princess Kate ‘saved’ Prince William and by doing so, she also saved the crown

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Bitch  Wyatt: Princess Kate 'saved' Prince William and by doing so, she also saved the crown

Royalist commentator Petronella Wyatt has been writing some particularly unhinged columns for the past six months. Then, three weeks ago, Wyatt wrote about checking into a mental health unit Because her depression medications weren’t working. I sympathize with anyone going through that. But it’s still strange that at her worst, she’s still focused on yelling about the Duchess of Sussex, especially in comparison to the Princess of Wales. Meghan also felt suicidal due to the pain and abuse she received from the British media and people like Wyatt. But Wyatt has no sympathy for Meg. Not when Meghan can be used to prop up Kate. From Wyatt’s latest Telegraph column:

I am not worried about the condition of Taj. It is only foolish people who claim that it is in crisis. Unlike democracy, the British monarchy, because it values ​​tradition, avoids becoming a self-limiting disease. But as the Princess of Wales recovers from being forced to reveal her cancer diagnosis, the nation must reflect and wonder about the immeasurable debt we owe this woman.

Given the troubles besetting the royal family – the death of the late Queen, the King’s own illness, the ugly web in which Prince Andrew has entangled himself, and the one-trick pony in Montecito – we console ourselves with a Can provide a solid bond in the bank of our collective future. The woman who was once known as Kate Middleton has proven to be the jewel in the crown. With 50 Shades of Jealousy, there have been doubters and detractors, especially in the lush hills of California.

This is a story of two women and Catherine’s popularity as the Duchess of Sussex has been a bitter pill to swallow. Didn’t Harry and Meghan say that the words duty and fulfillment are contradictory? If so, then handicap never tasted so good to anyone. Royal wives are generally not attractive. Caroline of Brunswick was so dissolute that her husband George IV banned her from his coronation. Princess Diana was an exception, but I would argue that Katherine surpassed her, growing only on balance due to internal deprivation.

There are only two types of principled people in this world: optimists and extremely unhappy ones. The latter, including Meghan, are angry at their fate and see the golden cup filled with poison, and hope, like Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, that it will pass from their lips. They exist in a state of chronic unhappiness, thinking that their intellect has seen through all their supposed benefits, and in doing so they have discovered that Femina Neanderthalensis can sell tomato leaf soap and mourning-scented candles. There is nothing left to live for.

Then there are people like Catherine. Such royal people look not at what they cannot do but at what they can do, seeing that public service is not a prison but a means of escape from vanity. In the 13 years since her marriage, the princess has reached a position of parity with the late queen, of whom she is constantly reminded.

We should consider what a difference Catherine made to her husband, the future king. Two boys follow the coffin of their mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. At the time, and in the years that followed, we often made the mistake of thinking that it would be William who developed a sensual attitude towards life. On several occasions he seemed clearly uncomfortable in the presence of the media, or while attending royal events. For a while, Harry seemed to be a happy prince, fueled by his mother’s charm and people-pleasing ways.

But something changed in the country in the blink of an eye. William, excited and excited by his meeting with a girl named Kate Middleton, dutifully looked into the eyes and decided not to panic. As Harry began to drown, his older brother, with Katherine’s help, made it to the shore of the house. Of all the moments in the history of our monarchy, this may prove to be one of the most important. It can be said that in saving William, Kate saved the Crown. It is also beneficial that he is the swan of all time.

As we’ve seen recently, she’s human, and friends say she lives with a mischievous child inside her, which will be good for her health. “Catherine is William’s strength and power because she’s so normal,” a royal insider told me. “Despite some scandalous rumors coming from America, their marriage could not be stronger.”

[From The Telegraph]

We saw it happen in real time, when Meghan’s entry into the royal family changed the narrative about Kate – racists and royals who were previously ambivalent about Kate suddenly rushed to support her, it Claiming that she was the perfect White Duchess (in comparison to Meghan) and that her marriage and happiness were much better and deeper (in comparison to Meghan) and that Kate never made a wrong move (unlike Meghan). . Meghan escaped the prison built for her more than four years ago and people like Wyatt still don’t know how to process it. Anyway, Kate neither saved the crown nor saved William. When all is said and done, the Middletonization of the monarchy will be a major factor in its destruction.

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