William and Kate are heading into their second year as the Prince and Princess of Wales, and they’re getting a thumbs up from royal expert Kinsey Schofield, host of To Do For Daily.
Kinsey appeared on GB News, saying, “I think they’ve done a really good job over the past 12 months of staying above the fray, staying focused, on what their goal is, and that’s to serve the people.”
She puts a spotlight on their main issues: “Catherine, it’s the early years, William, it’s homelessness..”
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Kinsey appreciates their being vocal, saying: “I think they’ve done a really good job of letting the world know what their mission is.”
And, that they don’t just talk the talk, they was the walk: “We see if reflected in their lifestyle. We see if reflected in their activities. And it’s easier for us to digest, and we’re cheering them on as they do that, and that’s truly what Harry and Meghan lack.”
Kate is a hands-on mum and a lot of her royal engagements revolve around parenting and family, like visiting a baby bank and meeting with a parenting club for dads. And its’ the same with William, he took to the streets to help hand out Big Issues magazine, which includes personal essays by homeless people.
When asked about the Waleses’ trip to the Caribbean in 2022 and the backlash they received, Kinsey believes it was directly tied to Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview suggesting the Royal Family is racist.
Kinsey believes if they are to have oversea tours this year, people will be more “gentler” to them.