Before becoming a princess, Kate Middleton worked in an odd position; her manager was perplexed by her startling request

For nearly twenty years, Prince William and Kate Middleton have been a relationship. The two got together while attending St. Andrews, and despite some difficult moments, they have always managed to work things out.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, however, are in a difficult situation as a result of Kate Middleton’s operation and the rumours that followed.

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William is now compelled to confront the bizarre speculations that have taken over the internet regarding Kate’s absenteeism.

Even though Kate hasn’t returned to her royal duties, working at the Firm can be difficult. Kate knew it would take a lot of time when they first started dating. The princess had a regular job before she married William, but her boyfriend still came first. As a result of her romance, Kate asked her boss for something very out of the ordinary.

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It didn’t take long for Kate Middleton to become the talk of the newspapers after Prince William and she first fell in love at St. Andrews University.

Even though she didn’t have any secrets, the press nonetheless labelled her horrible names and pursued her in an extremely nasty manner.

Given that Queen Elizabeth ruled for more than 70 years, it is reasonable to assume that the Princess of Wales will continue to hold the title for a while.

Kate Middleton was not able to take advantage of the ostentatious lifestyle that the royal life offered prior to her marriage to William. Even though Carole and Michael Middleton, her parents, had amassed a wealth from their party supply business, Kate ultimately had to find employment on her own.

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She was employed by Jigsaw towards the end of 2006 as a fashion buyer, as previously mentioned. Though many expected Kate would be the one to wed the future king, Kate seems to have already considered a life in the royal family even though William hadn’t proposed.

At least, such was the opinion of many experts, when Kate Middleton joined Jigsaw as an employee. It was important for their brand and marketing that a potential future princess worked there.

RICHMOND, UNITED KINGDOM – JUNE 17: Kate Middleton watches Prince William compete in the Chakravarty Cup charity polo match at Ham Polo Club on June 17, 2006 in Richmond, England. (Photo by Indigo/Getty Images)

Though Kate had a great job at Jigsaw, she had started to plan her future before she even started. Rebecca English, a royal expert, claims that Kate had asked to work only part-time, and her reasoning was not the same as most people’s.

“Interestingly, someone at the company told me that she went to the boss at the time and said, ‘I need a job, but it needs to be part-time so I can work it around my relationship with this very high-profile man.'” She was an accessories buyer. In the film William & Kate: Too Good To Be True?, English stated.

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That is highly unusual for a working woman in the present era. She worked there for a while, but sadly, the attention that photographers gave her when they followed her to and from work got to be too much.

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