Kate to follow in Diana’s steps as Princess of Wales secures special support among US fans | Royal | News

Princess Diana was popular among royal fans in the United States and remains one of the most beloved royal figures to this day. According to Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Seward, Kate the Princess of Wales appears to be following in her late mother-in-law’s footsteps in her popularity overseas as Kate and Prince William prepare for their visit to the United States. United next week. .

Ms Seward told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat: “To my knowledge, Americans that I know, which is quite a lot, all love the Princess of Wales.”

Clarifying that she was talking about Kate, Ms Seward said Americans also “love” Diana.

They added that “no one would replace” Diana, but they “adore” Kate.

She added: “They think she’s absolutely gorgeous and a princess.”

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The editor added: “To them, Meghan is not a princess.”

Diana died in August 1997, when her eldest son William was just 15.

Her tragic death, aged just 36, meant she was never able to meet her two stepdaughters.

Earlier this week Kate paid tribute to the late Princess by wearing Diana’s ‘favourite’ tiara to her first state banquet as Princess of Wales.

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A source exclusively revealed in the latest issue of Us Weekly that Kate and William are “excited” to visit the United States for the first time in eight years.

The source also revealed that the Prince and Princess of Wales “hoped to boost their royal profile across the pond” with their visit to Boston for the Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit.

William and Kate first visited the United States in 2011, on one of the first tours they embarked on as a married couple, traveling through California at the end of a two-week tour in North America.

They returned in December 2014 for a three-day visit to the East Coast, landing in New York and meeting then-President Barack Obama at the White House.

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