This Photo of Kate Middleton is Giving People Chills
This Photo of Kate Middleton is Giving People Chills
This Photo of Kate Middleton is Giving People Chills
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This Photo of Kate Middleton is Giving People Chills

The Duchess of Cambridge never ceases to amaze her loyal subjects. This February 12th was no exception. Kate Middleton did not hesitate to confront a phobia shared by many people.

During a surprise visit to a farm in Northern Ireland, Kate Middleton made a strong impression. And it was with the owners of the Ark Open Farm in Newtownards that Kate made the biggest impression. She kept her cool where many would have run away.

Not even slightly afraid

The video was posted on February 12th on Twitter. It shows the Duchess of Cambridge about to cuddle a snake. But Middleton elegantly held the animal. With a smile on her face, the Duchess looked to be very amused by the snake she was holding in her hands.

Kate Middleton, close to children, did not hesitate to have a little girl also touch the animal. There followed a surprising moment when Kate seemed to have forgotten all her responsibilities and simply had fun with the animal.

Restoring the Image of the Royal Family

If this moment of snake charming was not especially planned, the meeting with the inhabitants of Northern Ireland had a purpose: to make people forget about Megxit. Since the departure ofPrince Harry and Meghan Markle, the British have been worried about the royal family. Kate Middleton should, therefore, take over the heavy task of reconciling the subjects of the Crown.

It was therefore as part of her investigation into the education of children under the age of five in the United Kingdom that she went to meet the snake. Internet users, who were astonished to see their future queen in the company of a snake, praised her calm:

'She's never afraid of anything'
'She's my hero'

While others couldn't help but throw shade at their former Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle:

'A gift for Meghan?'
'That's because she's had a year of experience with a little viper named Meghan before'
'Take that, Meghan'

For more details, watch the video above!

By James Guttridge

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