William and Kate’s marriage ‘not as perfect as it seems’ as insiders expose private rows

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EXCLUSIVE: A Kensington Palace insider has claimed that the Prince and Princess of Wales are not as hunky-dory behind closed doors. Prince William and Princess Kate’s marriage is “not as perfect as it seems” but they know how to make it work, a Kensington Palace insider has claimed. In an exclusive interview with Daily Express US, Tom Quinn, author of Gilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family, dished on his private conversations with a Palace insider.

 

William and Kate's marriage 'not as perfect as it seems' as insiders expose private rows

The main takeaway from the intimate exchanges is that, like all healthy marriages, William and Kate have their differences but know how to compromise and make it work. Mr Quinn explained: “From people I’ve spoken to, it’s not as placid. It’s not as perfect as it might seem.” The royal author continued: “But William adopts the manners and the way of behaving of his grandmother and Kate is very good at not complaining and adopting.”

 

William and Kate's marriage 'not as perfect as it seems' as insiders expose private rows

In Mr Quinn’s eyes, this has been the recipe for their marital success. “Both of them have stuck to the thing that made the late Queen such a remarkable monarch,” he explained. “They very, very rarely complain. And when they do, it’s always in measured terms.” That is not to say William and Kate never have heated arguments. Mr Quinn learned from the Palace insider that they have “terrific rows”. “Where some couples have a row and throw heavy vases at each other, William and Kate throw cushions at each other,” he said. “It’s always kept under control”.

 

William and Kate's marriage 'not as perfect as it seems' as insiders expose private rows

By keeping their personal affairs private, the Waleses have invited less public scrutiny than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Mr Quinn believes. “They are less picked apart than Harry and Meghan,” he said. Express readers overwhelmingly approve of William and Kate’s approach, feeling like they have struck the right balance between their royal duties and raising three children.

Express.co.uk ran a poll from 1pm on Monday, July 24, to 2.30pm on Friday, July 28, asking readers: “Should Princess Kate and Prince William work harder and do more royal engagements?” Overall, 1,011 votes were cast with the majority of readers, 59 percent (593 people) answering “no” they should not increase their workload. Whereas 36 percent (364 people) said “yes” they should and five percent (54 people) said they did not know.

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