The press are in the process of proving to the new Duchess of Cambridge that they are capable of respecting boundaries:
The royal couple’s honeymoon in the Seychelles was kept relatively private, even though most reporters knew their whereabouts— And coverage of the Duchess last week was quite restrained, especially given it was her first official event as a member of “The Firm,”where she met one of the most high profile couples in the world: Barack and Michelle Obama.
Clarence House has asked that Will and Kate “be allowed to enjoy their married life unhindered,” reports the Telegraph.
And, according to a recent study coverage of Kate has dropped an astounding 94 percent since she married her prince (now the Duke of Cambridge) in April.
However, while the Duchess has been left alone, reports about her sister Pippa have sky rocketed—It is Pippa Middleton who has been dominating the headlines ever since the royal nuptials.
“Her rise has been meteoric, to the extent that two weeks after the wedding Pippa overtakes Kate in our media survey,” reports Brian Merron from Kantar Media Intelligence. With the media focus now moving on from the newlyweds it’s safe to say that Pippa Middleton’s celebrity status is well and truly set to climb and climb.”