Prince William praised after cute comment about Kate Middleton: 'True love'

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Royal fans have praised Prince William after he made a sweet comment about his wife Kate Middleton while chatting with local residents in Wales.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting the town of Abergavenny earlier this week when William gave a rare insight into the pair’s loving relationship.

Kate Middleton and Prince William smiling at each other in Wales.
Royal fans were thrilled after Prince William made a sweet remark about his wife Kate Middleton in Wales. Photo: Getty

“[Kate] has the coldest hands ever,” he shared. “They say, ‘cold hands, warm heart’.”

Admirers of the couple were thrilled by the adorable moment and quickly took to social media to share their thoughts.

“This is literally the cutest thing that he has ever said about her omg,” one person remarked. “I literally read it and it brought the biggest smile to my face. He loves her so much.”


“The Duke of Cambridge is such a loving husband!” another added, while a third wrote, "This made my morning”.

“True love at its finest,” a different user tweeted, followed by someone else who shared, “When you thought you couldn’t love them more”.

“He is so right though. It shines like a light with everything she does,” one user said.

Kate Middleton and Prince William in Wales.
William and Kate met with locals while visiting the town of Abergavenny for St David’s Day. Photo: Getty

William and Kate enjoyed a day trip to Wales, where they lived for a short period after getting married, to celebrate the feast of the country’s patron saint, St. David.

They spent their time learning about the agricultural industry while visiting local farms, markets and heritage sites.

“It’s great to see the benefits first-hand that local businesses receive through their communities here in Wales this #StDavidsDay,” a post read on their official Instagram account.

The Queen’s battle with Covid-19

The sweet remark comes shortly after the Queen was forced to cancel a major event at Windsor Castle as she continues to battle Covid-19.

It was announced late last month that the 95-year-old monarch, who is believed to be triple vaccinated, had tested positive for the virus.

Buckingham Palace released a statement saying that Her Majesty was experiencing “mild cold-like symptoms” but will continue “light duties” at Windsor.

“She will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all appropriate guidelines,” they added.

The Queen had tested positive just days after both Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, confirmed that they had contracted the virus.

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