"We’re so lucky to have such an extraordinary family," Manners told an outlet.
The socialite admitted that she's inspired by Kate's demeanor and accomplishments.
"The Princess of Wales is a real hero of mine," the podcaster confessed. "I think the work that she and the Prince of Wales do for all the charities that they are involved with is extraordinary. We’re very lucky to have them in this country."
Manners later celebrated the amount of advocacy the duo does for people in need.
"I think they’re remarkable in truth. They work incredibly hard for the charities and organizations that they are involved with," she noted. "There’s a serenity with the work that they do that’s so admirable."
"They have … three wonderful children, so it must be a lot to juggle," Manners shared. "They’ve got a wonderful team around them. But I think the work that they do and the charities that they’re involved with are exactly what you would hope for the future king and queen of this country to be shining a light on."
"There’s such a wonderful continuity that’s been handed down from generation to generation," she said. "I think they’ll be extraordinary when they do become king and queen."
"I spent the first 10 years of my life in a village just below Belvoir," Manners said. "And then my grandfather died, which is a very sad and somber moment for everyone. And the next thing we knew, within a year we were told that we were moving into the castle."
"I remember thinking, 'That can't be real,'" she concluded.
Manners spoke to Fox Digital.