'Regal' Kate Middleton displays Queen-like qualities in latest speech – expert

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The analyst said: “The structure, with its three repetitions of the words ‘I have…’ at the beginning to add impact, takes us from Kate referencing her experience and the problems of difficult childhoods to a more positive note about how ‘positive protective factors’ can create improvement.”

The duchess also uses “soundbites” to create a “lasting memory of her campaign.”

Judi added: “She then uses two soundbites about raising the next generation of adults and ‘the society we will become’ and these will have been written to help create a lasting memory of her campaign in people’s minds.”

According to Judi, Kate exerts “a subtle sense of authority” through her careful use of language.

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