In alliance with recent findings, it has come to light that Kate Middleton and Prince William over scheduled and their marriage is crushing under the pressure of heavy workload. For a long time they have maintained pretenses of a happy marriage due to their social stature and for the public opinion. Along with being under a lot of work pressure, is the added scrutiny of not being appreciated by Queen Elizabeth. All these reasons have led the royal couple to feel the heat on their marriage.
They have not been able to spend any time with their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte after their arrival from their trip to Canada. They have been under multiple obligations ever since.
Queen Elizabeth has taken matters into her own hands and thrust more responsibilities on her grandson and his wife in order to teach them a difficult but necessary lesson of managing royal duties and obligations. Due to this reason Kate was sent to the Netherlands right after she flew in from Canada and Prince William has been working without a breath from London to Manchester and to add more, he is now off to Scotland.
This hectic schedule and tiring engagements have left both Kate and Prince William with no time for themselves. Is this space really a necessary evil? We still wonder.
The once happy couple has not spent time much time away from one another since they first got married well over 5 years ago. If they continue to feel so over worked and underappreciated then it might cause more trouble than anticipated in the royal family and could cause a difficult strain in their marriage.
Kate Middleton’s gotten used to her posh Hollywood way of life at Kensington Palace and Amner Hall and wouldn’t throw any shade at her marriage with a couple of conjugal spats with her better half. Truth be told, Kate Middleton knows she has it so great and that is the reason she’s endured her better half Prince William so far with all the groaning and moaning he does at whatever point he’s compelled to accomplish something without wanting to.