Kate Middleton appears to have made it look easy to become a British Royal. Some members of the family might have disagreed, and a royal expert believes that there is a reason behind it.

Cele Otnes recently told Express UK that the future Queen Consort has an ability that makes her different from some female royals. It is what she said Meghan Markle, Sarah Ferguson, and even Princess Diana lacked, according to Cheat Sheet.

The co-author of "Royal Fever" explained that the Duchess of Cambridge has "no interest" in becoming a celebrity. In dealing with controversies and scandals, she rarely talks to the media, unlike the other female royals.

Otnes continued that the Duchess of Sussex, Duchess of York, and Princess of Wales all broke their silence amid facing their respective controversies. In 1995, the late royal did an explosive interview, while Fergie engaged with talk shows following their divorces from Prince Charles and Prince Andrew.

As for the former actress, Meghan Markle previously gave a bombshell interview, as well, with Oprah Winfrey. This has even caused allegations to surface, placing the royals in a negative light.

On the other hand, Kate Middleton did not, and does not, do the same approach when it comes to scandals. Although she rarely becomes embroiled with such, she has not engaged with the media when dealing with issues.

The royal expert, later on, asserted that the Duchess of Cambridge "does not try to manipulate the media." She "understands her duty is to support" Prince William, Queen Elizabeth II, and the British Monarch in its entirety, making her a "steadying force" in the Royal Firm.

This likely explains why Kate Middleton is among the most popular British Royals. Reports said that the majority of the population in the United Kingdom likes her. On top of it all, many perceive that she "definitely will" be a good Queen Consort when Prince William ascends to the British Throne.

Apart from the public, the monarchy is said to be "counting on" the Duchess of Cambridge, as well. Royal insiders recently told Page Six that she is "what these troubled royal times need," and that the future of the Windsor clan lies in her hands.

The assertions come as the British Royal Family continues to face numerous scandals and controversies, involving senior working members. These include Prince Andrew, Prince Charles, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle.

As this dynamic persists, royal advisers are reportedly centering their focus on "shaping Kate Middleton's legacy."