Princess Kate Middleton has become the subject of a new viral video after footage resurfaced on TikTok showing Jordan’s Queen Rania praising the British Royal.
The Princess and Prince of Wales were filmed sharing a warm interaction with King Adbudallas and Queen Rania at the wedding, held in the garden of Zahran Palace, having also spent a significant amount of time speaking to the Royals before the ceremony.
Kate, who spent some years living in Jordan as a child, greeted Queen Rania at Westminster Abbey, for her wedding to Prince William in 2011.
Queen Rania is also a member of the Earthshot Prize Council; the judging panel for William’s environmental prize, due to be held in Singapore this year.
Earlier this month, footage was uploaded to TikTok by the user @princessmiddleton_, showing Queen Rania talking about Kate during an interview.
In the clip, which has been viewed more than 116,000 times, Rania references her admiration for Kate as she carries out public duties.
Queen Rania is heard saying: “Princess Catherine, you know when she talks about her work, her face lights up.
“She does it out of a sense of duty, but more importantly she does it because she absolutely cares.”
Only a tiny segment of the interview is shown in the viral TikTok post, captioned ‘Queen Rania speaking facts’ – but more was said during the discussion.
“When she talks about her work, she’ll say: ‘I’m just lucky to be doing this. I have the privilege to do that,” Queen Rania said in the interview.
“So she gives from her heart and, again, there’s a sense of sincerity and sense of love in everything she does.”
Kate has become a pivotal figure at The Firm since she was granted the title of Princess of Wales by King Charles III.
She is also tipped to see her workload increase and hold a “unique cachet” for doing so, according to Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams.
In conversation with the Daily Express’s Lauren Welch, the commentator said: “I would think William and Catherine might well take on more [responsibilities]. Those they have taken on certainly have a unique cachet.”