Royal experts have speculated for a long time about what title Kate Middleton will get after Prince William takes the throne. Of course, Kate’s official title will be Queen Consort, but many believe the Duchess of Cambridge will actually be called Queen Kate or Queen Catherine.
According to the protocol within the royal family, the female spouse of a male that takes the throne will be given the designation of the title ‘Queen Consort’ and not the outright ‘Queen’, as is the case with Queen Elizabeth II.
But, royal experts claim that the situation with Kate Middleton will actually be a bit different due to her popularity.
When Prince William and Kate first began dating in the early 2000s, many people had doubts that she would be able to handle all the pressure, but after being married for nine years and with three children, Middleton has proven that she can handle everything and is definitely up for the task!
Her maturity, beauty, grace and kindness have led her to be in a very positive light, at least in regards to the public’s and media perception, and even Queen Elizabeth II, herself.
Because of all this and because she proved that she can handle the royal duties, many people believe that there might be some exceptions coming for Kate when Prince William takes the throne, and all because of the way how the media and people perceive her.
However, we’ll have to wait and see what happens.