Kate Middleton may change some "outdated royal rules" when she becomes Queen consort.
Kate's husband Prince William is second in line to the throne, and will become King after his father Prince Charles.
Kate Middleton is currently a casual Duchess, but someday in the not that distant future she'll be Queen of England. Or, like, Queen Consort—but still, it's all very fancy. And apparently she has some major changes in store for when she and Prince William take charge.
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According to a source who spoke to Us Weekly, “Kate has flourished into a queen in waiting in front of everyone’s eyes" and "The royal family could not be more pleased.”
That said, “Kate may change some of the outdated royal rules when she becomes queen [consort],” and wants to meet with more members of the public at royal engagements. “She’s also been very present on social media and has gotten comfortable doing TV interviews and virtual chats," the source said. "She’s keen to continue that in the future as well.”
While Kate clearly has plans for her upcoming role, she's worried about not having as much family time in the future, with a source previously telling Us Weekly “Family means everything to Kate, and one of her biggest worries about the future is not being there for George, Charlotte and Louis."
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