Kate Middleton ‘dignified’ after being called a ‘s**g’ in resurfaced clip
Kate Middleton has been praised for her "dignified" response to paparazzi hounding her and calling her a "w****" and a "s**g" in a resurfaced clip.
The clip is from just before Kate became engaged to Prince William in November 2010 and shows her alone in an airport when some paps make a disgusting attempt to get her attention.
"There were some paparazzi there and they were shouting 's**g, w****, b**** look this way'," said journalist Penny Junor.
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The future Duchess threw a steely look towards the photographers but didn't bite, instead opting to turn and leave the scene.
The focus on all things royal after the death of Queen Elizabeth II earlier this month has put the clip back into the spotlight.
In one tweet, the clip was viewed almost 100k times. The poster wrote: "I've always found it curious how this clip of Catherine at the airport being insulted by the paparazzi is nowhere to be found.
"It is a very sad clip and another proof of what she had to suffer at the hands of the press, when she was just William's girlfriend."
Responding to the clip, one person wrote: "Through it all she always carried herself with class."
Another said: "This was so sad to watch. Catherine has always carried herself with grace and dignity."
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A third added: "This is shocking. Amazing how she remained dignified through it."
In April last year, Penny Junor hailed Kate Middleton as "a model of what a future Queen should be" as she celebrated her 10th wedding anniversary with Prince William, next in line to the throne.
“She has got such poise and elegance and she’s not in competition with William. She doesn’t seem to be seeking fame," she said.
“Everything about her is measured. She’s a grown-up. She seems to care a lot about everything she’s put her name to."
William married his former university flatmate, from a wealthy middle-class background, at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011, after an eight-year relationship.
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