Kate is one of the main characters in the award-winning movie, The Royal Wedding. This came eleven days ahead of Kate's wedding to Prince William on 29 April 2021. Kate Middleton is portrayed by Camilla Luddington, an English born actress, whilst the role of William was assumed by Nico Evers Summersell, a New Zealand native. The movie, The Royal Wedding, went on to become one of the biggest box office successes of all time.
One of the main characters in the movie is Kate, played by Camilla Luddington. She is the daughter of prominent cabinet member Lord Northbourne and Ladyimony Rivers. It was announced at the film's release date that Kate would be getting off to a rather unusual start as the lead in a movie, which would no doubt excite the royal wedding. However, following speculations, it was revealed that the leading lady would not be getting off to a particularly big start, instead sinking to the depths of Kate's character in the final moments of the film.
The background to the character of Kate and the reason for her sinking into the abyss of herself is shrouded in mystery, however, it can generally be assumed that Kate Middleton's mother and her husband were somehow involved in the sinking. At first, the sinking of Kate seemed to occur as a result of an accident on the ocean liner, the liner which were carrying the pair to their honeymoon, and the location from which they departed on. However, sources later suggested that Kate may have been purposely pushed into the quagmire of her own life. It is possible that the role of Kate Middleton as the queen of yakuza was to represent an imitation of the role of Queen Elizabeth, who famously appeared in the original Japanese movie Renji.
The true identity of the vessel in which Kate was travelling on when she took a final mission to deliver her message to the Japanese consul in Tokyo was revealed in an episode of the Japanese TV drama, Renji. The name of the ship in this story was the Okumura. The Okumura is actually a name of a district in Edo, one of the oldest cities in Japan, the original settlement of Japan. The Okumura is also the name of several famous landmarks, including the Imperial palace of Japan. On this particular episode of Renji, it was revealed that after Kate's failed attempt to contact her father by sea, she decided to travel to the imperial palace by land. There, it was confirmed that she would find her father dead, and that she would take over the title of shisho, or next in line to the throne, from her husband, Hikaru No Go.
It was also revealed in the episode that Hikaru No Go was the man behind the sinking of Kate's ship. It was later revealed that the captain of the Okumura had arranged for his men to go on board the Okumura with Kate and three others as passengers. It was here that the entire operation took place while the captain hid the true nature of the vessel from Kate and the other passengers, and thus prevented the sinking of the ship. It was here that Sayuri's brother, Taku, and the leader of the yakuza, were travelling aboard the Okumura, and they happened to notice the body of the captain in the hold. As the group of passengers looked at the body, they noticed some blood stains on the Captain's shirt, which they assumed were the result of a struggle between the captain and the yakuza boss.
In the end, Kate managed to kill the leader of the yakuza with a samurai sword, but at the same time she was stabbed by Sayuri, who used the sword to kill Sayuri's father. Kate managed to get away, however, and later found herself being held prisoner in the Tokyo dungeons. There, she learned of the truth about the existence of the "Berserkers", and about the role that the captain of the Okumura has played in it all. Finally, the story came to an end when Sayuri was executed by having her eyes slit with a wire whisker, just before the episode ended.