William is ‘safe pair of hands’ for royals when he’s on throne, says expert

Prince William has been branded a "safe pair of hands" for The Firm when he takes over from King Charles, according to a royal expert.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams gave praise to the Prince of Wales because he is “deeply caring”.

The expert stated the Royal Family would be in good hands when William takes over from his father King Charles, who will have his Coronation on May 6.

READ MORE: Artist creates portrait tribute to King Charles with Marmite and 42 slices of toast

Fitzwilliams referenced William’s visit to Israel and Palestine in 2018, during what was a politically delicate four-day tour.

At the time, then Israeli President Reuven Rivlin hailed William as a "prince and a pilgrim".

Fitzwilliams told the Daily Star last year: "He is a safe pair of hands and was the only royal to pay an official visit to Israel and the Occupied Palestinian territories, an area which is politically so sensitive.

"He recognises that there were glitches in their recent tour of the Caribbean, some of them however were unpredictable."

  • Kate Middleton lookalike says life-long ambition is to play Duchess in The Crown

Fitzwilliams also drew parallels between William and his mother Princess Diana with the Prince of Wales’ backing of important causes, such as with his Earthshot Prize initiative.

"He is deeply caring as his mother was and he has a deep commitment to charitable causes as his father has," Fitzwilliams said.

The Royal Family will come together this weekend for the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla.

After weeks of speculation, Prince Harry will be in attendance but his wife Meghan Markle will remain in the US with kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here .


  • Germany's Britain-mad boozer with Union Jack-draped tank set for wild Coronation party
  • King Charles 'preparing Prince William to be king to prove his authority over royals'

  • Coronation's £150m 'ring of steel' security with air operation and rooftop snipers

Source: Read Full Article