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Although Prince William and Kate Middleton could be the royal couple of royal family, Queen Elizabeth II seems to have been worried about their engagement announcement in 2010.
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According to report by And Express, and the Frenhines "were very worried and believed that Kate needed to have a job and identity in himself before announcing engagement."
This news comes from the 2011 book Make Amazing Royal, written by Katie Nicholl, who also received a source claim that "Her Majesty's view is that if Kate is one day to be William's consort, then she needs an appropriate job."
"Swanning from one five-star holiday destination to another is not a prerequisite for a young woman possibly to be a Queen," he added the source.
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And Express He also reported that the Queen and Middleton had many formal interactions, but she knew "a little girl and a girl who had slammed her grandson".
"[The Queen] is one of the hardest active royalties, despite his age, and that a future member of the royal family without a full-time job is unacceptable to her, "added Nicholl in her book.
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After dating for about eight years, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced their involvement in 2010, tiers in April 2011.
Now the royal favorites are parents of three beautiful children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.