The Princess of Wales has been dubbed a “regal peacemaker” after reports that she made a late-night phone call to brother-in-law Prince Harry in a bid to broker a peace deal between him and Prince William.
Reports citing a royal insider earlier this week suggested Kate had contacted the Duke of Sussex “to tell him to keep his chin up” and “not worry too much about these temporary setbacks”, in reference to the simmering tensions as a result of his controversial memoir, Spare, and the explosive Netflix series featuring himself and wife Meghan Markle.
Royal commentator Hilary Fordwich told Express.co.uk: “Given Harry, who in November 2010 back when her engagement to William was announced, referred to Kate as ‘the big sister I never had’, it is most likely that of all people Harry is open to a conversation with Kate.
“Her graceful gravitas is routed in part by her family values. She once said, ‘My parents taught me about the importance of qualities like kindness, respect and honesty and I realise how central values like these have been throughout my life.'”
Kate’s parents Mike and Carole Middleton, were generally described by those who know them as “natural, relaxed and family-orientated, and “able to get on with anybody”, said Ms Fordwich, a Washington-based business consultant who has frequently appeared on US television to discuss royal matters.
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