Kate Middleton and Cressida Bonas might both be royals pretty soon as Prince Harry will likely propose to Bonas in 2014, but an upcoming book implies that neither of them should really be members of the House of Windsor at all.
Marcia Moody, in her book Harry: A Biography, says "Kate and Cressida aren't a natural fit, left to their own devices."
What she means is that neither is really fit to be Queen.
Look here, Marcia Moody. NOBODY PUTS KATE MIDDLETON IN THE CORNER. Or Cressida Bonas, for that matter.
Much of the criticism, it seems, comes from the ways in which these women met their real-life Prince Charmings.
Kate Middleton and Prince William met at St. Andrews College and began their love affair. The world watched as a relatively ordinary girl became a princess. (Okay, okay, Duchess.)
It was quite the fairy tale.
Cressida Bonas' story, however, is a little more...rock and roll.
Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry met at a music festival when her best friend--Princess Eugenie, who happens to be Harry's cousin--introduced them.
The University of Leeds graduate tends to live a more casual life than that of Kate Middleton's appearances at formal functions. But to say they're not fit for the monarchy?
When the time comes for Cressida Bonas to enter the Royal Family, Kate Middleton will be there to assist her in whatever way Bonas' needs. Because that's just who Kate Middleton is.
"Kate will be there for Cressida with any concerns regarding being in the public eye," Moody writes.
Middleton has already shown her approval of Prince Harry's "Cressy" by inviting Bonas to Prince George's October christening. Bonas declined to attend so as to keep the attention on Prince George and the happy occasion.
See? Cressida Bonas totally knows how to play the game. She's ready for life in the spotlight.