Kate Middleton distinguished by queen Elizabeth II, a supreme honor !

On April 29, 2019 marks not only the eight-year-old marriage of prince William and Kate Middleton. On Monday, the duchess of Cambridge has received a great deal of distinction on the part of the queen Elizabeth II, who awarded him a prestigious honour : the one to be made Dame grand cross of the royal victorian Order, created in 1896 by queen of the same name.

As explained in the website of the magazine Hello!, this honor was personally ordered by the monarch of 93 years to pay tribute to the services of her step-granddaughter in the name of the royal family. Kate Middleton has received the highest degree of the reward by becoming a Dame grand cross, which surpasses the grade of Dame commander, Commander, Lieutenant and Member. Especially involved with various charitable organizations, including in favor of the mental well-being and education of children, it is always with a smile and elegance that the duchess represents the british royal family at official events in the Uk and abroad. Last march, the mother of George (age 5), Charlotte (3 years old) and Louis (1 year) has shared his first engagement with the queen at King’s College London. An output at which the British 37-year-old has displayed a certain complicity with the sovereign’s, to the point of sharing the same coverage.