Kate and William, you are so smart! I applaud you for making life and love decisions that will prevent your relationship from crashing and burning!
You have clearly looked at the tragic mistakes made by William‘s parents, Diana and Charles, and you are making every effort to avoid them. Here’s what you’re doing right:
Love Decision #1:
MOVING FAR AWAY FROM MEDDLING IN-LAWS LIKE THE QUEEN — TO NORTH WALES!
William and Kate, your decision to settle down in William’s farmhouse on the island of Anglesley, five hours north on London and near the tiny town of Holyhead (population 11,237) is brilliant.
You’ll be living close to William’s RAF base, where he’s a Flight Lieutenant in the Royal Air Force’s Search and Rescue squad.
So not only are you living together like most newlyweds and not trying to have a commuter marriage where Will is in North Wales and Kate is in London, but you’re in an area too remote for most paparazzi. That way, you’ll be able to get down to the business of adjusting to life as husband and wife.
Love Decision #2:
THEY’LL LIVE LIKE NORMAL PEOPLE WITHOUT SERVANTS!
This is a big deal for Royals. you’ve decided you don’t want to live with pomp and circumstance like Prince Charles who has 125 servants! You think that having servants will ruin the intimacy of your relationship and you’re right.
Having nosy people around, even if they work for you, is definitely an intimacy-killer. Who wants witnesses when you want to get a little frisky or have normal little fights? Who wants your most personal life turning up in the British tabloids?
In exchange for intimacy, you’re prepared to do your own shopping, cooking, and cleaning. And that’s not only a small price to pay for privacy, but also it will keep you in touch with regular folks like the rest of us, i.e. your future British subjects.
Love Decision #3:
KATE WILL TAKE TIME OUT TO BE A HOUSEWIFE AND NOT TAKE ON ROYAL DUTIES!
Kate, you’re right to be a “housewife” for at least two years and not undertake regular royal duties. Poor Princess Diana was thrust into the “job” of being the Princess of Wales from almost day one, and she never had time to be a wife before a royal representative.
William, you realize that Kate is most importantly your best friend and life mate and not a PR person for the monarchy. Also, since Kate’s already 29, you two are wise to most probably be putting baby-making without royal stress at the top of your “to do” list, or should we say, your “doing it” list! After all, Kate seems to understand that producing an heir is her top job.
And what better way to do that, than in a romantic, secluded farmhouse, with your hot hubby Prince William.
Now, I’m not the only person who feels you two are making all the right relationship-saving moves.
Dr. Gilda Carle, author of the book Don’t Bet on the Prince, weighs in: I think this is a very beneficial move for them because they have been in the limelight so much. they haven’t had an opportunity to see what life is like yet as a married couple. This will give them a chance to see what they are like as human beings instead of members of a royal family.”
Hollywoodlife.com also spoke with relationship expert Cooper Lawrence, who points out that Prince William is actually the opposite of the “Countess on the Real Housewives! He’s not a playboy and they’re not on the Riviera. He never dated celebs and he never wanted to be famous. I’m sure he blames the paparazzi for his mother’s death, so being in the limelight and being followed by them isn’t what he’s looking for,” she says. “He’s moving her where their relationship can be safe and she will be safe.”
Wow, William. You and Kate have really thought this through.
Good for you for putting your real love ahead of any royal obligations!
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