In public, Prince William, 39, and Duchess Kate, 40, always appear affectionate and calm. But as author Robert Jobson, 58, reveals in his new book “William at Forty: The Making of a Modern King” (German: “William at Forty: The Making of a Modern King”), he can also be quiet behind the scenes. Nice Fly Snippets.
According to “Mirror”, the royal expert reported in his book about “violent quarrels” between the spouses. William hears it loudly sometimes. He could scream a little if he lost his temper. “It’s fair to say that the Duke and Duchess give as much as they get when their differences lead to loud noises,” Jobson said. However, the two will reconcile quickly: “They know each other so well that it usually ends quickly – and in general it has a great calming effect on him.”
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“His fiery temperament could explode at any time.”
Jobson also reveals to the Daily Mail that William is quick to get angry: “Particularly, the Duke of Cambridge has a remarkably short fuse. His fiery temper can explode at any time.” Not only did Kate feel it, but so did his dad, Prince Charles (73).
He tries to avoid disagreement, but when it comes to him anyway, Kate is usually there to mediate. She is said to have mediated between the two on several occasions. But William soon regrets his fear. “On the rare occasions he’d blow up he’d always apologize afterward,” says Jobson. (BSN)
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