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News for Kate Middleton: Kate and Charles share Balmoral's "massively important" moment | Royal | News

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William Dalygate royalists last week when they competed in the King's Regatta Cup, their first engagement in the UK since returning from a summer vacation in Mustik. The next stop will be the Duke and Duchess queenBelmore's beloved Scottish estate where they are expected to take it Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis before older children return to school in September.

Kate and William visited Balmoral after meeting for the first time in 2001 at St Andrews University in Scotland.

The special place of the Queen's beloved property in Kate's heart even helped build a bond with her father-in-law Prince Charles, according to the expert.

Royal author Robert Jobobson, in his 2006 book Princess of William, ponders the significance of Royal Highland's withdrawal.

Mr Sonobson writes: "William's grandmother showed her confidence in Kate's significance to her grandson when she ensured the young couple had a safe and romantic spirit on Balmoral's estate.

Kate Middleton and Prince Charles

The Duchess of Cambridge and the Prince of Wales (Photo: Getty)

Prince William, Prince Charles and Prince Harry

Prince Flores instills love for Balmoral in his sons Prince William and Prince Harry (Photo: Getty)

"Work has begun on the 80,000-pound field for a beautiful, if faded, 120-year-old courage hidden in a secluded corner of Queen's estate and a short walk away from Charles' own retirement, Aberdeenshire from Birkhal, – a place much loved and Camilla and where they intend to spend each new year together after their marriage.

"For Charles, Balmoral's property has long been somehow symbolic of many that went wrong between him and Diana.

"He loved the wilderness and could spend several hours halfway through the waters of the River Dee, throwing the rod and patiently waiting to bite the fish.

"Diana just didn't get it.

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Balmoral castle

Balmoral castle (Photo: Getty)

"On the contrary, she hated the long miles of land, the long hours in the land and, as she thought, the exciting dirt distance from the place.

"But Birkholm and Camila were very different perspectives.

"For Charles it is a place that has always been a freedom to be truly him; there he and Camilla are simply Mr and Mrs Wells, happy to spend hours strolling through coercion.

"Perhaps part of Charles' love for Kate stems from his acknowledgment that in her William they found someone who could happily share the distant landscapes of Aberdeenshire they loved, someone who would walk beside him as he wished, and would curl up in a bonfire. end of the day.

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Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles and Camilla at home in Birhal (Photo: Getty)


Prince Charles' home, Birkholm (Photo: Getty)

"The fact that he, along with the Queen, gave it to the Highland couple – home" was massively significant.

"The queen took the bill, but it is fair to say that she would not dream of offering the place without the blessing of William's father."

However, Balmoral was also the scene of harsh criticism of Kate when she was pictured learning to hunt and shoot deer there in 2007.

Kate was spotted learning from Prince Charles how to get started in the sport of deer taming.

Royal residences

Royal residences (Picture: DX)

While spending time key to managing the deer population in the Scottish Highlands and popular with the royal family, Kate has joined animal rights groups.

The Daily Mail reported: "Witnesses said Miss Middleton had shown an extraordinary level of self-esteem, as she had enjoyed talking with Prince Charles as he showed them the rope."

A spokesman for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said: "It is shocking and disgusting that it is involved in blood sports.

"Kate is obviously trying to persuade the royal family and her decision will do nothing useful."

Kate Middleton and Prince William

Kate and William's latest royal get-together on the Isle of Wight (Photo: Getty)

A spokesman for the Cruel Sport League said: "Killing a deer for a sport is a terrible pastime. It is very sad that he chose to participate in this cruel sport.

"It is difficult to set a good example for young women by killing animals and I cannot see that it will do her any good."

Kate's balmy trip that year was also a sign that the short break between William and Kate was over.

At that time unknown to the wider world, Prince William had already whipped Kate on a romantic trip to the Seychelles to mend the relationship.

The couple made a secret pact of commitment to each other on the tropical island Priceless after the split in 2007, it was initiated by William when he "needed space".

Also this year there have been tensions over Balmoral, like the Duke and The Duchess of Cambridge they are said to have delayed their annual journey until Prince and Prince Harry Megan Markle left Scotland.

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