So many things about Kate
Middleton's life had to change before she could marry Prince William. First and
First and foremost, she had to come to terms with people who were obsessed with her
every move for the rest of their lives. And like so many former royal friends
I will tell you, that is no small matter.
Members of the royal family are subject
to a whole host
Rules that most people do not have to follow. You can not talk about it
political opinions in public, they can not use certain words
I can not dress as they want. There are even royal ones
Protocol for religion.
It's all enough to make fans
Question: Did Kate have to convert Middleton ?
her religion to marry Prince William? Read on to find out.
What was Kate Middleton?
Religion in childhood?
Catherine grew up as part of the Middleton family and was not particularly religious, but had connections to Anglican beliefs. Her parents Carole and Michael Middleton did not attend church regularly during their childhood, except on formal occasions such as weddings.
The Duchess of Cambridge was baptized in 1982 by a Berkshire bishop when she was a baby. However, in her teenage years, she never took the next step to reaffirm her belief, which only proved that religion was not very important to her. This has changed in adulthood. Kate Middleton ” class=”wp-image-1158440″/>
Kate Middleton chose it
confirmed before her wedding to Prince William
The Duchess of Cambridge
Religious journey is interesting to follow. Although she was not confirmed as one
Teen, she volunteered to make this choice right in front of
Wedding with Prince William – a man who happens to be the future colonel
Governor of the Church of England. This step was not required of her, but for sure
The queen appreciated the feeling.
The ceremony was performed by
RT. Rev. Richard Chartres, the same Bishop of London, who performed Prince
William's Confirmation Rites 1997.
Why did Kate choose Middleton?
As the Guardian reported, there was no specific reason for Kate to be confirmed before her marriage, except that she wanted to explain her belief in God externally. They pointed out that the new generation of Royals appears to be less "outwardly religious" than their older relatives, which is quite a standard for society. Princess Margaret is considered one of the most pious members of the royal family.
But now it's beyond question what Kate Middleton believes. Her voluntary affirmation proves that she has grown over the years and developed her belief in God.
Is it forbidden for the royals to marry?
People from certain religions?
Since Kate was Middleton
already technically anglican, there was no need for them to change religions
before the marriage. But would have had to convert her to marry the future king, though
Was she a different religion?
The answer is no. The
The successor of the Crown Act 2013 changed the old rule, which provided for the prohibition of the British king
Family members from the marriage with Catholics. However, a ruling monarch can not
himself be Catholic, as this is contrary to being the head of the church
Evangelical Church of England.
Therefore, if Prince
William and Kate Middleton decided to educate Prince George Catholic
Either he has to give up his belief in order to become king, or he must renounce the throne.
None of that really
This is significant, however, as both the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge share the same thing
Believe. That just makes everything easier for everyone!