Kate Middleton and Prince William met before the wedding for ten years, but only shortly before the wedding, British subjects first heard the voice of the future wife of the heir to the throne. From that moment on, the Duchess of Cambridge devoted much of her time to public speaking. These classes were very useful to her, since she often speaks in public, especially in the last year - during the pandemic, a mother of many children often contacted members of the public on online platforms.
The lessons were not in vain for the young duchess, said John Briggs, an expert in the field of speech. The specialist emphasized that Middleton independently masters this art and adopted one technique that Princess Diana often used.
"Kate took the listening position. She gently tilts her head to one side, and so did Prince William's mother," said speech expert John Briggs in an interview with Express.
The specialist considers this tactic to be successful. This technique allows you to win over the interlocutor and make a positive impression on him. Briggs also emphasized that Middleton's timbre is somewhat reminiscent of the voice of Princess Diana.