Kate Middleton ‘felt abandoned’ when Prince William’s aristocratic friends attacked her mother – .

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Kate Middleton ‘felt abandoned’ when Prince William’s aristocratic friends attacked her mother – .


Kate Middleton reportedly began to feel “isolated and abandoned” once Prince William’s aristocratic friends began to taunt her mother Carole Middleton.

According to Daily Mirror, it all started after Prince William’s aristocratic friends started making ‘snobbish taunts’ at Kate’s mother, Carole.

Royal correspondent Vanessa Allen says Prince William’s friends would “ridicule” Carole’s former career and her less than eloquent speech choices.

According to a royal insider Ms. Allen referred to, the aristocrats thought: “She [Carole] is arrogant. Rather twee and incredibly bourgeois. She uses words such as “glad to meet you”, “toilet” and “sorry”.

As Kate did her best to laugh about it all, she started to feel extremely “isolated” from Prince William and his world.

Not only that, “The Pals say she felt more and more isolated and abandoned upon realizing that she would never be accepted by William’s aristocratic circle, which includes well-heeled pals such as Guy Pelly and William van Cutsem. . “

The down-to-earth prince, 24, enjoyed relaxing informally with her at his family’s £ 1million five-bedroom house near Newbury, Berkshire, where Carole lives with the ex-husband pilot Michael. But he could not forget the fact that his future mother-in-law was looked down upon in upper royal circles. ”

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