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Kate Middleton ‘saved’ Prince William after Diana heartbreak claims expert

Kate Middleton helped "save" Prince William while he was still coming to terms with his mother's death, according to a respected royal expert.

Angela Levin, author of Harry: Conversations with the Prince, told True Royalty TV that Kate was instrumental in William finding his place in the Royal Family and working on campaigns close to his heart.

She told the show: "I think Kate has helped save William.

"I think it was very difficult for him, coming out of a dysfunctional family, losing his mother so young.

"And I think he was in a very difficult place to have a long strong relationship and she’s really encouraged him."

Kate and William met as students at St Andrew's University in 2001 and moved into a flat share together with a few other friends in 2002.

Their relationship went public when they were photographed on a ski trip together in 2004 and they were married in 2011.

Angela added: "Her whole life is to make him happy, I think.

"I think she’s found – she thought up the mental health campaign – she’s found things that really make him feel important and worthy rather than just going and cutting ribbons."

This comes after a documentary explained how the Royal Family parted with tradition to make Kate feel more welcome when she first joined.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl told the doc: "Carol and Michael Middleton have been guests of the Queen before.

"I think William's wish that the Middletons be included rather than excluded has very much been listened to by the Queen."

And a commentator revealed how it's likely Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be spending their Valentine's Day at home in California and what their plans could be.

Meanwhile, royal insiders said Prince William's favourite way to treat Kate for Valentine's Day is with flowers and a card.

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