After the eagerly anticipated coronation, which was viewed by some 20 million Britons, the royal family has resumed its responsibilities in serving the nation. The Prince and Princess of Wales don’t appear to have the time to relax, while the King and the Queen enjoyed a well-earned holiday.
100 kids from ten different primary schools gathered together for the first Children’s Picnic on Monday, when Kate Middleton went to the Chelsea Flower Show in London. According to People, the Princess was heard replying, “I can’t write my name, but I can draw,” when a child asked for her autograph. My name is Catherine, she said in response to their question about why it is. I’m not allowed to sign in writing; it’s merely against the rules.
The remainder of the royal family, including Kate, is prohibited from signing autographs because they worry that the signatures could be faked.
The royal family is currently making every effort to accomplish the engagements on their list of responsibilities, but occasionally they find themselves in uncomfortable situations and they are not immune to criticism and jeers.
Last week, Kate Middleton was the target of an obscure sex joke that was heard by millions, shocking royal enthusiasts, experts, and members of the Firm.
In a scene from the Priyanka Chopra-starring crime drama Citadel, a mafia lord says that breaking into an office is like going “between the legs of the Duchess of Cambridge.”
“The head of the military? Actor Richard Madden’s Mason Kane from Game of Thrones stated, “You might as well have asked me how to sneak between the legs of the Duchess of Cambridge.
William and Kate were given the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales after the death of Queen Elizabeth and the coronation of Charles III, with Kate maintaining the title of Duchess of Cambridge.
Many fans sided with the Princess and denounced the series in response to the phrase in Citadel. One Tweeter user referred to it as “Gratuitous and vile,” while another asked, “Who wrote the script and who approved it?!”
The Sun also covered the show’s criticism from viewers and readers.
“When we learned that you slammed Kate, we were all prepared to see Citadel! The other things you’re in won’t be on our watchlist! That was of low class, someone wrote.
A second said: “Citadel, after the second episode, I quit watching Citadel because your Meghan-loving star finds it amusing to make vulgar jokes about Kate. It’s not too much to ask of your stars to display a little decency.
Many royal scholars and observers voiced their opinions as well, including Richard Fitzwilliams, who called the attack on the Princess “shocking.”
It is utterly absurd that someone would descend to crude remarks. It’s very remarkable. It’s astounding, in my opinion,” Fitzwilliams told The Sun.
“Amazon must explain what their film’s use of obscenities against real people, including members of the royal family, is doing.”
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that members of the royal family have been made fun of and humiliated. It happened to Meghan Markle in the past when royal authority Robert Jobson, author of the 2002 book Diana: Closely Guarded Secret, discussed Archie’s appearance on the royal balcony and suggested that the baby be dangled over the balcony in the same way that late music legend Michael Jackson dangled his son ‘Blanket’ about 20 years ago.
Jobson’s joke wasn’t enjoyed by the public. Instead, they were indignantly upset.
According to Irish Mirror, one commenter said, “Hearing King Charles’ biographer boldly state that Prince Archie should be held over the Buckingham Palace balcony during the coronation is vile.”
According to independent author R.S. Locke, Robert Jobson thought it would be amusing to hang Archie from the balcony. Eammon Holmes desires to have Harry and Meghan removed. Jeremy Kyle desires to throw Meghan down a well.
Dolly Parton’s sister Stella joined the royals and referred to Jobson’s remarks as “tasteless.”
Was anyone else appalled by the British media’s callous joke about Archie, the kid of Harry and Meghan, being thrown over the balcony during the Coronation? Parton tweeted something. “These folks are evil! At first, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.
A third individual said, “Trying to remember a moment when media have ‘joked’ about Princes George & Louis & Princess Charlotte in this nasty manner.
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