Kate Middleton ‘keeps everything together’ and ‘doesn’t have to speak out’

Kate Middleton 'keeps everything together' and supports husband Prince William behind the scenes, a biographer has claimed.

Katie Nicholl, author of Kate: The Future Queen, says the Duchess of Cambridge has been Prince William's pillar of strength in recent turbulent times.

She explains: “Kate is the silent power behind William, the linchpin that keeps everything together.”

“It’s been an exceptionally hard year for him and he’s had to shoulder a lot of burden. All the while Kate is quietly in the background supporting him.”

Andrew Morton, royal author, says there are strong similarities between Kate Middleton's gestures and her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

He said she is comfortable with allowed her actions to do the talking, like Princess Di before her.

He explained: “It shows that Kate is someone who doesn’t have to speak out.”

Drawing on her recent unofficial visit to pay respects to Sarah Everard on Clapham Common, Andrew said she was following in the Princess of Wales' footsteps.

He told OK!: “She didn’t have to say a word, just turned up and laid her flowers and everyone can draw their own conclusions.”

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“That’s exactly how Diana did it – one gesture is worth a thousand words,” Andrew added.

“She’s doing what Diana used to do, which is let her body language tell the story.”

He added that her body language also has begun to mirror her late mother-in-law, who died in a fatal car crash in 1997 in Paris.

“Kate has the Diana Walk,” he observed. “Quickly and with determination was very much how Diana walked.”

It also seems that Kate and Prince William are doing everything they can to keep her memory and legacy alive, by talking about her to their children.

Earlier this year, the royal couple revealed Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five and Prince Louis, two, made Mother's Day cards to remember their "Granny Diana".

Wills and Kate tied the knot almost 10 years ago at Westminster Abbey in April 2011.

The pair's wedding ceremony was watched by millions across the world, and crowds cheered when they had their first public kiss as husband andnd wife on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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