Kate Middleton's Struggle To Become A Royal Was Similar To Princess Diana's

"Catherine Middleton has spent ten, twelve years coming to terms with it."

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The struggles of Kate Middleton in the royal family are being compared with those of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.

In much the same way as the People's Princess, the Duchess of Cambridge married into the royal family as a shy person.

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In discussing the two, biographer Andrew Morton told The Mirror's royal podcast, Pod Save the Queen, "I realized after watching the Royal Family for all these years that it takes a long, long time to really understand what it is like to be royal."

He added, "Catherine Middleton has spent ten, twelve years coming to terms with it. It just takes a long time to absorb yourself into it."

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"Catherine was quite a shy person, so making speeches and being in the public was something of an ordeal but I think she's overcome that," Andrew continued. "She reminds me so much of Diana."

Andrew further explained that Diana had a difficult time coming to terms with what it's like to be a princess for a few years.

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