LIFE hasn’t turned out as Katharine Welby-Roberts hoped. In her book, I Thought There Would Be Cake, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s daughter explains that when she was a child, she longed to be a grown-up. As far as she could tell, grown-ups had their own money, could stay up late and watch as much TV as they liked. But then she grew up. And she was, she writes, ‘very disappointed’. Life wasn’t perfect – far from it. Katharine, who had always had low self-esteem, developed depression and anxiety
and suffered with chronic fatigue syndrome.