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Kate Middleton ‘hurt’ by Prince William on New Year’s Eve


Prince William and Kate Middleton suffered a lot at the start of their dating, the royal even left his sweetheart in tears during a New Year’s Eve party before their wedding.

Queen Elizabeth’s grandson William has changed his mind about spending New Year’s Eve with then-girlfriend Kate on instructions from his family. The move left Kate in tears.

The prince informed Kate that plans had changed with days to spare after being urged by his grandmother and father not to rush their relationship, according to royal author Katie Nicholl.

The couple briefly separated shortly after William confirmed he would be spending the New Year with the Royal Family at Sandringham.

Writing in her 2011 book The Making of a Royal Romance, Ms Nicholl said: ‘William had had his doubts and sat down with the Queen and then Prince Charles to have a frank discussion about his future with Kate. advised not to hurry to do anything.”

They separated for a few months in 2007. But a few months after their separation, Prince William rekindled their relationship and the couple have been inseparable ever since.

Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield has claimed Kate’s conduct after the split won her to the late Queen’s admiration after refusing to discuss her relationship with William.

“The Royals knew she was a good girl, they knew she didn’t speak to the media, because between those breakups she was so stoic and kept her mouth shut and in all the pictures of her during the breakup, it is for the future,” Ms Schofield told Express UK:

“She behaved so well throughout the roller coaster ride she went through with Prince William until their inevitable wedding. It made Kate a no-brainer – she was the future queen.”

Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey after the king popped the question during a visit to Botswana the previous year.

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