CBC News Interview: A ‘complicated transition’: How Kate is stepping up her public role for the royals

I discussed the role of the Duchess of Cambridge with Janet Davison at CBC News. Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

“For Kate, it’s been a “complicated transition,” said Carolyn Harris, a Toronto-based royal author and historian.

Kate came to public prominence once it was known she was dating William. She took part in a television interview at the time of their engagement, but didn’t make a public speech until 2012. In many ways, it seemed she was being eased into royal duties more slowly than previous generations.

For William’s mother, Diana, three decades earlier, “it was a very fast transition into royal life,” said Harris.”

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