Princess Kate Middleton faces a significant chance of receiving a future “scolding” from King Charles III, the highest ranking monarch of the United Kingdom, as a result of a deed she carried out and for which she was ostensibly not permitted.
Following their coronation on May 6, King Charles III and Queen Camilla Parker made one of their first public appearances by going to the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday, May 22.
Even though everything was going smoothly during their visit, the Princess of Wales’ sudden appearance drastically altered the coverage that the two monarchs were supposed to receive. As a result, Prince William’s wife received much of the attention, for which she perhaps deserves a “scolding” in private.
A close source told the Daily Mail “For his love of horticulture, the monarch attended Chelsea for an important engagement… It’s a shame that the visit of Her Majesty the Queen and the King will receive less coverage than expected,” the source said, admitting that he hoped they would not be so disappointed.
The princess’s unexpected visit may have eclipsed some of their anticipated popularity, but it seems like it was all about a lack of information about the royal engagement.
In Prince Harry’s autobiography “Spare,” it was stated that something similar had happened before and that “my dad and Camilla didn’t like Kate Middleton and William diverting attention away from them or their causes or visits.” They frequently would have publicly reprimanded Willy for such behavior. Due to Kate Middleton’s involvement in the event, the likelihood of King Charles and Camilla Parker serving as the magazine’s major members would have been destroyed.