Word imperturbable appeared in 14 articles on NYTimes.com over the past year, including Jan. 13 in “Kate’s conditionby Rhonda Garelick:
Prince Harry’s best-selling memoir ‘Spare’ brought the royal family back into the international limelight with details that were both mundane and intriguing. Kate Middleton, as she is still sometimes known to those of us who remember her from before her royal wedding, features in the memoir and Netflix documentary ‘Harry & Meghan’ as a sketch of steely and bloody disapproval. – emotional cold.
… The public spectacle of royalty is like a swan seen serenely hovering over a lake. But the private, usually invisible side consists of those webbed feet below, churning furiously in the water. One half cannot exist without the other. Perhaps Harry and Meghan’s bombshells help balance the family, serving as feet to pedal. By tacitly agreeing to represent chaos, they allow others to appear calm and unfazed by comparison. And the calmest of all, the sweetest and most imperturbable of the swans is Catherine, still gliding silently into the future – the ever-awaiting princess.
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