Spotted yet again at Wimbledon among a host of celebrities yesterday, the Middletons were doing a good job of confirming their status as one of Britain’s most famous families.

But not everybody is impressed with their frequent public appearances, it seems.
For the family have been compared to the Kardashians – by the Duchess of Cambridge’s anti-royal Labour MP.
Emma Dent Coad – whose Kensington constituency in London includes Kensington Palace, where Kate lives with Prince William – said the Middletons were like the American reality TV family because they have become like ‘film stars’.
Her speech came the day before the Middletons returned to Wimbledon to watch the men’s final in what was their 17th combined visit. Pippa, 33, was there for the fourth time – while her brother James and father Michael have both been spotted at the tournament three times.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, who was in the Royal Box with Prince William, has only been seen at Wimbledon twice this year – while their mother Carole has outdone them all as it was her fifth visit.
Addressing Republic’s annual convention in Newcastle, Miss Dent Coad, 62, said she ‘despised’ the way tax is spent on the royal family.
She was critical of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, saying: ‘A lot of the disaffected Tories who are so sprightly around the narrative of Kensington Palace have described the Cambridges as vulgar, which is hysterical really.’

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