London, May 24: Kate Middleton has proved it earlier also that she is natural for a royal role- she played a role of Prince Charming in a play at the age of 10.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 29, also showed an early awareness of how a lovesick heir to the throne might feel in her school’s production of Cinderella.
In a video of the performance her character mopes: “Oh woe, woe, woe is me. I’m in love. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, I can’t concentrate on anything. My memory is gone.”
When a pal asks how long this has been going on, she replies with killer comic timing: “Has what been going on?”
The audience roars with laughter as she hams it up, swaggering across stage and slapping her thigh in the end-of-year panto performed in 1992.
Less than 20 years later, the whole world watched as Kate married Prince William – her very own smitten Prince Charming.
“It’s funny to think of Kate playing the lovesick prince looking for a wife when she ended up marrying one. She clearly has a lot of talent and the crowd seemed to love her even then,” the Sun quoted a source as saying.
Kate performed for parents and pupils as part of the drama club’s show at 4,460 pounds-a-term St Andrew’s prep school in Pangbourne, Berks. (ANI)