Her schedule became massive two years ago when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to turn their backs on the monarchy and prefer to indulge in the celebrity lifestyle in America. After that, Royal Prince Andrew was banned from the staff of working family members due to allegations of abuse, but the appointments did not decrease.
Always dutiful: Prince William and Kate. The two then shouldered one or the other appointment of the alienated royals. In late summer, the family took the risk of moving from Kensington Palace in London to Adelaide Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Including the retraining of the three children and the eviction of the nanny who had been living with the Cambridges until then. Hardly arrived in Windsor, but the Queen died. For Prince William and his young family, this was an extremely unfavorable time, because that was the end of the family's process of getting used to their new area and the madness of appointments began.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl is also beginning to worry about the couple's busy schedule. Speaking to TalkTV's Royal Tea, she said: "They said so themselves, this wasn't the settling-in period they were hoping for. Of course, no one could have expected the Queen to die right at the start of all this. It is a very, very difficult time. I think behind the scenes there is quite a lot of stress and anxiety for the whole family."
Sources: Marie Claire, Yahoo, OK!