Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Kate Middleton has been confirmed

Hardly had the Monegasque court announced that Charlene Wittstock has converted to Catholicism before the British court today announced that Kate Middleton has now been confirmed. The Anglican ceremony took place at St James’s Palace on 10 March and was attended by Prince William and her family.
It might seem a bit late in the day given that the future Princess is 29 and that most confirmations take place at the age of about fifteen, and it might also seem superfluous given that there is no requirement for the wife of an heir to belong to the Anglican church (she is only forbidden to be Catholic), but going through with a confirmation probably makes things easier as it means that questions will not be asked about her religion.

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