On October 28, 2022, the world will witness a historic event: the coronation of King William and Queen Catherine. This will be the first time that a future queen has been married to a future king before his ascension to the throne.
The question of whether or not Kate Middleton will be queen has been asked since her engagement to Prince William in 2010. The answer is a resounding yes. When Prince William is named king, Kate Middleton will become queen.
However, the road to becoming queen is a long one. Prince William will not become king until his father, King Charles, steps down or passes away. This means that Kate Middleton will not become queen until sometime after October 28, 2022.
In the meantime, Kate Middleton will continue to serve as a royal consort. She has already made a name for herself as a philanthropist and advocate for causes such as mental health, education, and the environment. She is also a devoted mother to her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
When Kate Middleton does become queen, she will be the first female consort to be married to a future king before his ascension to the throne. This will be a historic moment for the British monarchy and a sign of progress for gender equality.
The world will have to wait until October 28, 2022 to witness the coronation of King William and Queen Catherine. Until then, Kate Middleton will continue to serve as a royal consort and advocate for causes she believes in.