The Duchess of Cambridge is said to 'check in' with the Queen 'every single day' as the pair have built a close bond, an expert has claimed.
Since marrying Prince William in 2011, Kate Middleton has taken on a prominent role within the Royal Family – winning over the public and royals alike.
But the 40-year-old Duchess is said to have built a wonderful relationship with members of the family, especially the Queen, who reportedly holds Kate in high regard, the Express reports.
Media commentator Neil Sean spoke of the "close bond" between the Duchess and the Queen on his YouTube channel Neil Sean's Daily News Headlines.
He said: "Catherine has been a very close confidant to Her Majesty, the Queen. We are told she is very close to Her Majesty and they have a very close bond"."
Before adding that: "Catherine checks in with her every single day".
"Kate is not only huge support for the Queen but also "wants to support her husband [Prince William] through everything", said Mr Sean.
Kate married the Queen's grandson, Prince William in April 2011 and the pair have since welcomed three children.
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When William becomes King, Kate will become the Queen Consort.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe has previously spoken about Kate's “fantastic relationship” with the Queen.
He said: “Kate strikes that balance between bowing to her as head of the royal family in public but being able to check in with her as the great-grandmother to her children.”
Mr Larcombe claimed Kate has "her own direct line to speak to the Queen”.
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It was also revealed that it was the Duchess who taught Her Majesty to use Zoom to stay connected to her grandchildren during the Covid pandemic.
Another source claimed Kate always had a “special bond” with Her Majesty but their relationship became even stronger when the Cambridge Family moved to close proximity to her.
The insider added: “They developed a deeper friendship after she and [Prince] William moved from Anmer Hall, Norfolk, to Kensington Palace, which is within walking distance of Buckingham Palace.”
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