Kate Middleton is stepping out of Prince William's shadow and is ready to be adored by the public like Princess Diana, a royal commentator has claimed.
Royal author Duncan Larcombe says Kate’s last year without Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have given her the "confidence" to step out of her shell.
The Firm was able to see the Duchess of Cambridge come "into her own" and prove she is a "strong" and "reliable" asset to the monarchy.
He told OK: "The last year has given her confidence and proved she is a strong, reliable figure able to take on engagements on her own."
Prince William and Kate's decision to allow the public to see a more "personal" side to them with the launch of their YouTube channel also shows the Duchess is "starting to fill the shoes she's been wearing for a decade," it is claimed.
Like Diana, Kate has ventured out on her own, marking “the start of a new era” for the Royal Family.
YouGov polls show the Duchess of Cambridge’s popularity soared in recent months after she paid her respects to Sarah Everard in London.
She’s also launched new book 'Hold Still' which depicts life for Brits and NHS workers in the pandemic.
It has raced to the top of the Amazon 'Best Sellers' charts, and is being sold for just £20.
To mark the launch, she left copies of her new book with hidden letters across the UK to celebrate.
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The move has been well received by Royal fans who hunted for their signed version of the book.
Mr Larcombe claims her recent popularity boost is proof the UK is ready to "adore" Kate in a similar way they did Princess Diana.
Diana was labelled the People's Princess despite her divorce from Prince Charles.
The Princess of Wales tragically died in a car accident in Paris, France, and she was mourned by people around the world.
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