Kate Middleton learnt to not take Prince William’s limelight from Princess Diana, whose popularity caused "huge problems" for Prince Charles, a Royal biographer has claimed.
The late Princess of Wales was one of Britain’s most-loved Royals and during her marriage to Prince Charles, shone at public events.
According to Channel 4 documentary: The Royal House of Windsor, Prince Charles felt overshadowed by Diana’s popularity, which is why he moved on to Camilla.
Royal biographer Penny Junor told the Sunday Times Kate Middleton may have learned not to upstage her husband from Diana’s failed relationship with the Queen Elizabeth II's son.
She claims the Duchess of Cambridge is keen to avoid the "huge problems" Charles and Diana had and is "being very careful to ensure she doesn't outstrip William."
Ms Junor said: "Charles was Prince of Wales and not used to having the limelight taken from him.
"That caused huge problems. Kate is being very careful to ensure she doesn’t outstrip William.
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The biographer added that unlike Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, her head has not been "turned by celebrity," and added that the mother-of-three is not on an "ego trip."
Ms Junor said: "Kate is a working woman doing a job. She didn’t leave the human race when she joined Planet Windsor."
She also claimed that that Kate is more "selfless" than the Sussexes, who recently gave a bombshell interview to Oprah Winfrey.
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Ms Junor said: "When Harry and Meghan talked to Oprah, they were more concerned about their own welfare; it was all about them and that’s been their narrative all along.
“But there’s a difference between service and self-service.
"I feel real service is doing things selflessly for others. I think that’s what Kate understands."
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