Prince William Allegedly Kicks Carole Middleton Out of Their House

Over the weekend, Prince William reportedly made a low-key visit to a north Norfolk pub, accompanied by his mother-in-law, Carole Middleton. This unexpected outing highlights the close relationship between Prince William and his in-laws. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their three children, spent the Easter school holidays at their country home in the region. The trip comes as Kate continues her cancer treatment after being diagnosed earlier this year. Carole Middleton would stay with the family during this time.

Daily Mail newspaper editor Richard Eden revealed that Prince William was seen relaxing at the pub with Carole Middleton. In his column he wrote: “The Prince of Wales was seen relaxing at the weekend with Carole. I’m told he popped into a North Norfolk pub this weekend with his mother-in-law, who is said to have stayed with the Prince and Princess of Wales over Easter.” According to a pub patron, the visit was unpretentious, with Prince William casually popping in and passing by the bar. Mr Eden also compared Prince William’s ability to carry out normal daily activities with Prince Harry’s previous statement that he feared for his life in Britain.

It is worth noting that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2020 and are currently residing in their $11 million Montecito, California palace with their two children , Archie and Lilibet. Amid Kate’s cancer treatment, Carole Middleton has been hailed as the pillar that holds the family together. Known for her close bond with her eldest daughter, Carole has been described as a Mary Poppins figure by her grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. A source close to the family shared with The Independent that Carole supported Kate by taking the kids to school and offering endless help without attracting attention.

Royal expert Jenny Bond expressed empathy for Kate, pointing out that even at 42, she remains Carole’s little girl. Bond said: “Watching her go through that and endure the pressure of being bullied to explain that was very upsetting.” However, Kate is fortunate to be surrounded by a close circle of trusted family, friends and caregivers who provide unwavering support during her cancer diagnosis and preventative treatment. In her address to the nation regarding her diagnosis, Kate stressed that having William by her side has been a tremendous source of comfort and reassurance. Additionally, her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, and her siblings, Pippa Matthews and James Middleton, live just minutes from Windsor. So when Kate returns home to Adelaide Cottage, her family is readily available to lend a helping hand.

Speaking to Hello magazine, Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Seward described the Middleton family as incredibly close-knit, with Carole taking an active role as a working grandmother. His presence and involvement will certainly be invaluable during this difficult time for the family.

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