The marriage between Prince William and Kate Middleton has been lengthy and blissful. While attending university, the pair first met and became acquaintances before falling in love.
Of course, the couple has gone through its fair share of ups and downs like with every relationship. But love won out in the end. The two have now established a great family that will support the monarchy’s future direction.
In terms of the royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have received a lot of attention over the past several months. With the help of Harry’s book, Spare, and their Netflix documentary series, the two challenged and scandalised the Firm.
Despite the fact that William and Kate’s names were brought up often and not in a good way, things finally seem to be settling down.
The Prince and Princess of Wales work hard to make time for each other and, probably most importantly, time with their children despite having a busy schedule of duties in service to the Crown.
But when Valentine’s Day draws near, it appears that Kate won’t be the recipient of any kind of amorous action on her husband’s part.
We all know that William and Kate had a lengthy relationship. While attending St. Andrew’s University, they first became friends before quickly falling in love.
One might assume that the royals are subject to the same rules. When they weren’t together in the past, William used to send his wife a Valentine’s Day card. This year, they will probably spend the day together, but Kate is unlikely to receive a romantic gift like flowers or something like.
Kate went to Leeds on Tuesday and checked out its renowned Kirkgate Market. She spoke with Neil Ashcroft, a florist, during the visit. Of course, the businessman tried to get the Princess of Wales to purchase some flowers.
Kate made a joke about Prince William being a little unromantic throughout the conversation.
Ashcroft reportedly told Kate, “No doubt William will be buying you some red roses,” according to Express.
“I don’t think he will do,” Kate retorted.
When Ashcroft subsequently discussed the encounter, she said: “I gave her a discount. I promised to give her a card and waive the VAT.
If Prince William and Kate Middleton observe Valentine’s Day in any way, that will only become clear with time. But maybe they will have a lovely day full of joy and love, just like all the other couples throughout the world.