The Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth feud still continues. The queen has warned Kate and Prince William to avoid any kind of style statements and ordered then not to attend any state dinners.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will embark on their one-week official tour on Saturday. Also the queen told Kate Middleton to not become a victim of wardrobe malfunction again during their royal visit to Canada.
The royal couple are taking along with them their kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the visit to Canada. The kids’ nanny Maria Borrallo will able be tin attendance to look after them.
Besides, Kate and William also will have their entourage with them for the official visit. However, it appears like the queen has given a stern warning to her grandson and his wife for not treating the visit as one of their luxury vacations.
The nonagenarian royal wants the couple to get down to some serious work when in Canada. Kate and William have back-to-back schedule of work and royal engagements during their tour from Sep.24 to Oct.1.
Queen Elizabeth wants Kate and William to engage with locals and learn about the country’s current affairs. The monarch has given them an itinerary with more than 30 engagements.
The Canada visit will be one of the most demanding trips for the Duke and Duchess. The couple are scheduled to visit the majestic Great Bear Rainforest, the immigration Services Society to meet Syrian refugees, experience a float plane, a canoe and even fish in the Canadian wilderness as well, Mirror UK reports.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, Kate Middleton is fuming behind closed doors over the queen’s demanding itinerary and expectations. The 34-year-old reportedly wanted to go sightseeing some of the landmarks of the country with her kids.
During the visit to Australia and New Zealand in 2014, and more recently India and Bhutan in April, Kate is just happy to pose for pictures. This time, however, the duchess is expected to do more than that. Nonetheless, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said that Prince William and Kate Middleton were “delighted” about their upcoming trip.