'HER MOTHER WAS STEWARDS, SHE'S MIDDLE CLASS': This is how Kate Middleton was ridiculed at the beginning of her relationship with William

Although Kate Middleton is one of the most beloved members of the royal family today, information has emerged that at the beginning of her relationship with William, his friends did not like her.

'HER MOTHER WAS STEWARDS, SHE'S MIDDLE CLASS': This is how Kate Middleton was ridiculed at the beginning of her relationship with William

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Kate Middleton is one of the brightest ‘links’ of the royal family. She has often been compared for a reason to the late Princess Diana, and it is safe to say that Kate is responsible for the greater popularity of the royal court.

Modest, measured, elegant, eloquent, humanitarian ... these are just some of the epithets that adorn her. She often appeared in public in clothing that was also available to ‘ordinary mortals’, and everything she ever wore disappeared from the shelves of boutiques the same day.

However, although she is one of the most beloved members today, this has not always been the case.

In fact, she used to be the target of ridicule, no less and no more, by William’s friends. There were also those who claimed at the very beginning of their relationship that she had no place in Kensington Palace.

According to the Mirror, Kate felt ‘isolated’ in the early years of her love affair with Prince William. His friends and Crown officials often had embarrassing comments about the Middleton family, and especially about her mother Carol, who once worked as a flight attendant.

Sometimes they showed instructions given by the flight attendants behind Kate's back.

"The courtiers claimed that Kate was not for William because her mother did not speak elegantly enough," an unnamed source said.

Honestly, the queen seems to like Kate’s father Michael, but the people in the palace have a feeling there’s a big question mark above her mother,” another source told the Daily Mail a few years ago.

- She is aggressive, oversensitive, a typical example of the middle class. She uses terms like ‘I’m glad’, ‘Toilet’ and ‘I’m sorry’.

On the other hand, Prince William had a great relationship with Kate’s mother from the very beginning .

- William and Carol agree. He loved to ‘sit’ on the sofa in their house in Berkshire, he enjoyed ‘being normal’ - said another friend of the Duke of Cambridge.

- The Queen loves Kate and she liked her father, but let's just say that it seems to everyone that Mrs. Middleton is unacceptable to her.

Still, it's good to know that some things have been forgotten after so many years, and you know how it is with the royal family - until they find a new 'black sheep'.

By: Amber V. - Gossip Whispers