Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s Balmoral examination recently drew the attention of a specialist.
According to royal author Christopher Andersen in his book William and Kate: A Royal Love Story, Kate was one royal outsider who passed the Queen’s Balmoral test with flying colours, but Meghan’s scores remain unknown.
Royal viewers have only been able to put together the potential result based on her previous interviews and revelations.
According to Mr. Andrersen,
“It was one thing to be asked to accompany Wills on club-hopping excursions in London and Edinburgh.”
“It was quite another to be invited to Balmoral, which William’s great-great-great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria called ‘this dear Paradise’.”
“By all accounts, Kate was the first girl Wills ever brought to Balmoral – in a large part because, said a royal insider, ‘He must have known how much she would love it.'”
More importantly, he added:
“As Kate stood on the riverbank angling for salmon, trout and pike, it quickly became clear to one member of the Balmoral staff that she seemed ‘perfectly at home here’.”