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Why Kate Middleton Will Never Become a Queen

SHE WILL NOT BE QUEEN – It is assumed that when Prince William becomes King, Kate Middleton will automatically be named Queen, but this is actually not the case…

She will get the title of Queen consort. As the wife of a reigning monarch, Kate will become what’s known as the Queen consort rather than a Queen, for this reason.…..

Queen Charlotte


Kate wasn’t born into the family but married into it, and only women born into the royal family such as Charlotte will be ever able to be called a Queen.

Queen Elizabeth was the Queen consort of King George VI until his death, after which she was known as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

Life of the Queen

Imagine having never been grocery shopping or to school?! Well, these are a few of the everyday things the Queen has NEVER done…

The Queen’s staff sort out her food shop, but last year the Queen visited a Sainsbury’s store and even learned how to use the self-checkout!

When it comes to her dating life, she met Prince Philip at the age of 13, and the pair married when she was just 21 – why isn’t it this easy for us to meet our Prince Charming?!

Legally, the Queen is allowed to vote, but according to Buckingham Palace protocol, the Queen must remain neutral on political matters.

The Queen has been educated, but has never been taught in a classroom as herself and her sister were tutored privately.

Free Virtual Tour of Windsor Castle

We could see a recent speech by Queen Elisabeth, where she was talking to the nation about the situation with COVID-19. She was speaking from the Windsor Castle, where she and her husband Prince Philip are staying in self-isolation.

On the other side, there is a new ability online, where you can take a virtual tour through this castle, and enjoy the panoramic view of Waterloo Chamber, St George`s Hall, Crimson Drawing Room, and all that for free, without paying any additional fees.

Windsor Castle was a Royal residence for 900 years, and it is one of the biggest castles in the world. At the beginning of the tour, you will see a Waterloo Chamber and some of the amazing paintings from Sir Thomas Lawrence, such as the portrait of Duke of Wellington, or Pope Pius the Seventh.

The Crimson Drawing Room is the next part of the castle that you can observe. The Queen is holding her private events in this room, and you can go to this castle as part of the live tour when the situation with a pandemic is over.

One of the most attractive areas of the castle is St Georges Hall, where Royal Family is organizing various events for international visitors. Here you can see a very long dining table that is more than 200 years old, and amazing decoration on it, and the walls.