The Duchess of Cambridge is excited for the upcoming wedding of her sister, Pippa Middleton. However, a new opinion article has been released by a three-time Pulitzer juror. The report questions the "fetish" that fans have over Kate Middleton and the royals.
According to Karen D'Souza's opinion on Mercury News, it is worth noting that the British monarchs have been born over the ages in entitlement. What makes things more shocking for D'Souza is the fact that people are going crazy over Pippa's wedding. She's only the sister of Kate Middleton after all.
Another thing that the article is questioning is the frenzy over Prince Philip's decision to leave the public eye. There have even been rumors suggesting that Kate Middleton and Prince William may soon take over the tasks that the husband of Queen Elizabeth left. The House of Windsor has yet to officially confirm the speculations.
It is unclear if the royals have received news of the new opinion article. However, it appears that they are shrugging off such comments. Just recently Prince Harry hosted a tea party. Kate Middleton, on the other hand, has revealed her worries about how her kids will behave at the wedding of Pippa.
According to PEOPLE, Kate Middleton is worried that her kids may not accomplish their roles appropriately during the wedding. Prince George will be the page boy and Princess Charlotte will be a bridesmaid. On the other hand, the Duchess of Cambridge is also looking forward to the beautiful wedding.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews will tie the knot on Saturday at the St. Mark's Church in Englefield. An extravagant reception is expected to follow at the bride's residence. It is said that the reception will be held at the glass palace that's under construction at the family home of Kate Middleton.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are expected to attend the wedding. It is unclear if Queen Elizabeth will grace the event. Stay tuned for more news and updates on the royals.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.