Princess Kate Middleton reacts to being mistaken for Prince William’s assistant

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Princess Kate Middleton gracefully brushed off a case of mistaken identity during a visit, not showing any sign of ego when she was confused for her husband, Prince William’s assistant. The royal couple, who have temporarily stepped back from their official duties as Kate continues her recovery from abdominal surgery, engaged with the community during a heartfelt visit to Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff.

This visit to the care home wasn’t their first; they had previously connected with the staff and residents in 2020 via a video link, even participating in a weekly bingo session by calling out the numbers. Their return to Shire Hall Care Home was a pleasant surprise for everyone involved, especially for resident Joan Drew-Smith, who had a memorable interaction with the Princess, reported Daily Express.

During the visit, the 87-year-old Joan pointed towards Kate and asked William, “Is that your assistant?” “Well, I am your assistant. I have been for a long time!” the 42-year-old humorously told her husband. “He’s lucky to have me,” Kate replied to a friend when they told her she was lucky to have William.

Kate, known for her quick and witty responses, took the mix-up in stride, even joking about how fortunate Prince William is to have her by his side. This incident highlights the down-to-earth nature and humility that Kate is often praised for, showcasing that despite her royal status, she can handle everyday mix-ups with grace and humor.

The Princess has maintained a low profile since her appearance on Christmas Day, following her abdominal surgery on January 16 in London. The operation was planned, and she has been focusing on her recovery since then. This visit to Cardiff marks one of her few public appearances since the surgery, indicating that she is gradually resuming her royal engagements as her health permits.

The couple’s visit to the care home underscores their commitment to community engagement and personal connections, even amidst personal health challenges and breaks from royal duties. Their ability to bring joy and a sense of normalcy to the residents, especially during such uncertain times, speaks volumes about their dedication to their roles and the people they serve.

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