Kate Middleton felt ‘isolated’ after Prince William’s aristocratic circle threw jibes at her mom

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July 30, 2021

Kate Middleton felt completely alone and isolated once Prince William’s pals started throwing jibes at her mom

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Kate Middleton reportedly felt “completely isolated and abandoned” from the royal family after aristocratic pals tried taking jibes at her mother Carole Middleton.

According to the Daily Mirror, it all began once Prince William’s aristocratic friends started making “snobby jibes” at Kate’s mother Carole.

Royal correspondent Vanessa Allen, claims Prince William’s friends would ‘ridicule’ Carole’s former career and less than eloquent speech choices.

Per a royal insider that Ms. Allen referenced, aristocrats believed, “She [Carole] is pushy. Rather twee and incredibly middle-class. She uses words such as ‘pleased to meet you’, ‘toilet’, and ‘pardon’.”

While Kate did her best to laugh it all off, she started feeling extremely ‘isolated’ from Prince William and his world.

Not only that, “Pals say she felt increasingly isolated and abandoned at realising she would never be accepted by William’s aristocratic circle, which includes well-heeled chums such as Guy Pelly and William van Cutsem.”

“The down-to-earth Prince, 24, enjoyed relaxing informally with her at her family’s £1million five-bedroom house near Newbury, Berkshire, where Carole lives with former pilot husband Michael. But he could not get away from the fact his future mother-in-law was looked down upon in senior royal circles."

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