A Future King as an 'Honorary Son': Carole Middleton 'Protects' Prince William in Absence of Diana, Princess of Wales

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Carole Middleton is helping 'protect' Prince William as an 'honorary son.'

Apr. 13 2024, Published 7:37 p.m. ET

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Prince William lost his mother, Diana, Princessof Wales, when he was only 15, but his mother-in-law, Carole Middleton, has reportedly adopted a motherly bond with her future king.

"Carole relieved William of such burdens by accepting him for who he was rather than what he was," royal expert Angela Levin dished when discussing the Prince of Wales' need for "normalcy" after a "dysfunctional family background."

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The Prince of Wales and Carole Middleton have 'bonded even closer' in recent months.

She made him feel secure, comfortable and protected and he didn't have to worry about what he said or be responsible for her emotions," she added. "Children of broken homes, especially if the parental break up was unpleasant, often don't know how a good relationship works. William learned through the Middletons how a loving and supportive family works. It has been the bedrock of making Kate loving, calm and confident. Harry hasn't had that parental opportunity."

She continued: "His background has just been of bitter fighting and incompatibility. Both he and Meghan come from very damaged backgrounds and must carry with them some of the negativity. It must be hard for them to help each other and lack experience in how stable, strong, understanding relationships work."

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Recent reports have revealed that Carole Middleton is 'hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt,' as her daughter, Kate, Princess of Wales, battles cancer.

This insight comes after the heir to the throne and his mom-in-law partied together at a pub in Norfolk, England, the first weekend of April.

"He just walked in and through the pub," an onlooker spilled. "He appeared to be with Carole Middleton."

The Wales royal household is currently based at Amner Hall on the Sandringham Estate as Princes George and Louis, along with Princess Charlotte, wrap up their school Easter holidays. The 19th-century, Georgian-style mansion is known for being the king and queen-in-waiting's favorite of all their retreats thanks in part to nearby Norfolk residents being used to living around the royals.

This led Eden to take a swipe at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by sharing: "Prince Harry said he and Meghan fled Britain in 2020 'fearing for our lives,' yet his brother Prince William seems able to enjoy a pretty normal life."

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Michael and Carole Middleton's business Party Pieces was dissolved during the pandemic.

Carole has been the driving force keeping the family together with minimum fuss and maximum modesty," a Middleton family friend spilled.

"She’s ferried and fetched George, Louis and Charlotte, taken them to school sports matches, and given them endless support," they added. "She’s come to the rescue, provided reassurance, and has been a rock to Catherine and William as they come to terms with the news."

The source then shared that the former business owner had "been a real Mary Poppins-like figure." The insider then took a swipe at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by stating: "Her actions are in huge contrast to those mouthing support from afar."

This cheery news also comes after The Royal Observer previously reported on Carole and Michael Middleton's "shame" in trying to hide hundreds of thousands of pounds of their own debt from their sick daughter.

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The Prince of Wales is reportedly 'very close' to his wife's family.

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The Sun reported on Levin's insights.



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