So, I was reading there about how much money Robert Downey, Jr., made on Avengers:End Game1 when I saw that the next article was talking about the marriage of William and Kate Cambridge and the way that Charles’ marriage to Diana had effected him.
What I found was a stunning, touching and encouraging. It’s full of great segments like:
There appears to be little drama in their relationship and they make their children and family a priority. The Cambridges simply seem to be a team in all ways and Kate reportedly brings a lot to their marriage, according to royal expert Katie Nicholl.
“Don’t be under the illusion that she’s a wallflower, because she’s not,” Nicholl said of Kate during the documentary. “She’s very strong, she’s very confident and I think she has a real clarity of vision and I think William depends on that hugely — so she has brought a huge amount to William’s life.”
The expert added, “She has filled William’s life with love and happiness and security, and she’s given him the family life, through her own family — just regular things that he never got to enjoy, but he is enjoying now, and I think that she’s made him incredibly happy.”Prince William Was ‘Seriously Affected’ by His Parents’ Failed Marriage and Didn’t Want to Repeat That With Kate Middleton, Experts Share
I like that second paragraph. A lot of people believe that if you have a Biblical mindset about relationships that somehow makes the woman weak. Instead, a strong woman makes for a strong family because she’s able to be depended upon and trusted. This is foundation of the Proverbs 31 wife.
It appears that Prince William found his Proverbs 31 wife.
- Bigger salary & back-end profits and a Producers credit, “Avengers: Endgame made $700 million in profit, for Downey, who had 8% in back-end points, that translates to about $55 million, plus a $20 million base salary, for a grand total of $75 million” from Robert Downey Jr.’s Staggering ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Payday Finally Confirmed