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Prince William ‘had weekly sessions’ with Queen to prepare for ‘role as future king’

Katie Nicholl, author of Kate: The Future Queen, said the Queen has played a “very special dual role” in Prince William’s life and taught him to “embrace his destiny”.

Royal expert has claimed that every week Prince William gives monitoring by the Queen to preparing him accordingly for his future role as a King, Author of Kate, Katie Nicholl: told the monarch has played a “very special dual role” in the Duke of Cambridge’s life.

She said OK: “She is his sovereign, but also a very loving grandmother who wants to prepare him for the future.” From 1995 every Sunday, after he had started at Eton College, William began visiting the Queen.

Even though he was going to Windsor Castle, He would not rather say when other followers asked where he is going. Ms. Nicholl spoke, “He would have one-on-one time with his grandmother to talk about whatever was on his mind,”.

“She was there for him to unload on. “But those sessions were also an opportunity for her to mentor and teach him, as her grandfather, George V, did with her.

“They became incredibly close and as his respect for her grew he began to embrace his destiny.” After observing that William struggled with his birthright as a teenager the Queen started summoning him over every week. Ms. Nicholl stated: “That was one of the few times that the Queen has put family above duty.

“She made a decision to stay in Scotland, at Balmoral, and be there for William and Harry, rather than come back and address a nation in grief. After the death of their mother, Princess Diana, in 1997 it seems the Queen’s affection for William and Prince Harry.

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