imo what she says sounds really scripted, considering her bland/silly answers she's said in the past, I think this is just something she's memorised...
Also, I find it hard to believe the whole 'it is lonely and you can feel isolated' that she says idk.. jmo'It is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated' - the Duchess of Cambridge on being a motherhttps://twitter.com/5_New...status/855047587015077888
I can actually believe that Kate does feel a bit lonely and isolated.
Rumors about her posting anonymously on new mommies message boards notwithstanding,
I think her companionship is limited to her demanding mother (I feel like Carole also has some FIXED ideas on how to raise a future king that might not be in line with what Kate thinks is best for her own son; and I can see Kate losing the argument even before voicing it), nowadays-busy-with-her-own-stuff sister, and the nanny. I feel like even the Help has more socializing time and socializing circle than she does.
She is seen shopping alone (not even an indication of a friend tagging a few feet away), going on errands alone, so I do believe that she has limited circle of who she can interact with regarding mommyhood.
(I really don't believe she has someone (a mom-friend or a group of mom-friends) she skypes or calls in the evenings to gossip or haver with).
--> if you don't count the RPOs, that is.
And even with the RPOs and the nanny I don't feel the sort of camaraderie that pushes against the boundary of employer/employee.
In addition to a domineering Mom Carole, I think even William screens who she invites home or hangs out with.
We can't have privacy-intruding "friends" barge in to wreck havoc in William's sanctuary.
And this is not even accounting to the number of female-friend bridges she might've managed to burn all by herself in her youth days of William-chasing.
Reflecting upon this, I do feel like Kate does feel alone sometimes.