Doth the Duchess of Cambridge have a vindictive side? Kate Middleton and Prince William have been invited to four high-society weddings this coming weekend, but their schedules will only allow for them to attend one. Wills apparently wants to go to a close friend's wedding in Wiltshire while Kate wants to go to Rupert Finch's ceremony. Name sound familiar? Rupert is Kate's ex-boyfriend.
Dun dun DUN!
Kate's ex is marrying designer Natasha Rufus, and allegedly, the Duchess wouldn't miss it for the world. But why, exactly, is Kate so adamant about going?
It could be because she wants to support her old friend, Rupert, and celebrate this momentous day in his life with fellow friends and family gathered to cheers to eternal happiness and love. Maybe she wants to eat delicate finger food in the corner and privately watch from a safe distance as Rupert and Natasha take to the floor for their first dance as husband and wife, and nod with approval and affection.
Or does Kate want to go because she's blissfully aware that her presence will draw attention away from the bride, ultimately making the wedding about her, when really it should be about Rupert and Natasha. Is she going just to spite them? Is she going because she secretly wants to sabotage their big day?
I'd hate to think that Kate has even the smallest of evil bones in her body, but I've seen too many ABC Family movies to believe that a Princess actually is perfect. There's the possibility for a mean girl streak in everyone and anyone; Kate's no exception.
But if Kate really wanted to "ruin" Rupert's wedding, she'd send Pippa. Everyone knows that she's the real scene stealer in the family.
What do you think is Kate's motivation?
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