Kate Middleton: this unnoticed gesture that says a lot about her relationship with the queen

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The Cambridges were present at Westminster Abbey for the commemoration of the death of Prince Philip on March 29, 2022. Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, made a discreet but very significant gesture vis-à-vis the Queen.

On March 29, 2022, members of the British Royal Family attended the Thanksgiving service of the late Prince Philip. The husband of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95, is died at the age of 99, on April 9 last year. Furthermore, for to mark the first anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh’s deaththe royal family shared an elegy written for him. Regarding Prince Philip’s memorial service on March 29, 2022, all members of the Royal Family have been present except the Sussexes. The Cambridges have come attend the ceremony with their childrenPrince George of Cambridge, 8, and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, 6.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is said to have formed a close relationship with the queen Elizabeth II of England since entering the royal family, according to the daily Cambridge News. At the time where Queen Elizabeth of England walked past herthe wife of Prince William, 37, performed a silent but powerful gesture. As Prince Philip’s widow returned to her seat, Kate Middleton told her curtseys silently and discreetly. “Footage from the office shows Kate curtsying as the Queen walks past her to get to his seat“, precise Cambridge News. The curtsy that Kate Middleton performed is went almost unnoticednot like this Theresa May’s famous bow which made netizens laugh.

A few women at Westminster Abbey did not curtsy to the Queen

For show their respect for Queen Elizabeth II of Englandthe Countess of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise of Windsor performed the same gesture as Prince William’s wife, Kate Middleton. Fans particularly noticed the silent and significant gesture of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. The other women have no did not perform the same gesture. It’s not because they don’t have no respect for queen elizabeth ii who will soon be 96 years old. Women don’t have to bow to him only if they meet her for the first time during the day, explains the Cambridge News. “It is therefore likely that the other royal women did not curtsy, because they had already seen the queen earlier during the day“, specifies the British daily.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
Kate made a discreet but very significant gesture vis-à-vis the Queen.

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On March 29, 2022, members of the British Royal Family attended the late Prince Philip’s Thanksgiving Service.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
The husband of Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 99 on April 9 last year.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
Separately, to mark the first anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, the Royal Family shared an elegy written for him.

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The poem was shared as a video on the royal family’s twitter account.

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As for Prince Philip’s memorial service on March 29, 2022, all members of the Royal Family attended except the Sussexes.

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The Cambridges came to attend the ceremony with their children, George, 8, and Charlotte, 6.

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Kate Middleton has had a close relationship with the Queen since joining the royal family, according to the Cambridge News daily.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
As the Queen of England walked past her, the 40-year-old future Queen made a silent but powerful gesture.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
As Prince Philip’s widow returned to her seat, Kate quietly and discreetly bowed to her.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
The bow that Kate made went almost unnoticed, not like this famous bow from Theresa May which made internet users laugh.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
“Footage from the office shows Kate curtsying as the Queen walks past her on her way to her seat,” Cambridge News said.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
To show their respect for the Queen, the Countess of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise of Windsor performed the same gesture as Prince William’s wife.

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A few women at Westminster Abbey did not curtsy to the Queen

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Fans particularly noticed Kate’s silent and significant gesture.

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The other women did not perform the same gesture.

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There is a particular reason that would have prompted these royal women not to curtsey as the Queen of England passed.

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It’s not because they have no respect for Queen Elizabeth II who will soon be 96 years old.

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Women should only bow to her if they see her for the first time that day, says the Cambridge News.

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Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
“It is therefore likely that the other royal women did not bow, because they had already seen the queen earlier in the day”, specifies the British daily.

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