Prince William and Kate Middleton remain as one of the loveliest couples in the royal family.
In April, Prince William and Kate marked their 10th wedding anniversary by sharing photos and videos of them. Their marriage life surely surprised some royal fans, especially since some royal family members have a cheating history.
Still, one of their closest friends noted that what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge currently share is “a real deal.”
Speaking with Closer Weekly, the source reportedly noted how many couples usually take each other for granted after a decade. In Prince William and Kate’s case, the couple keeps their relationship healthy by having “communication” although they are always in public.
“They are working harder on creating quality time together and switching off at the end of the day,” the source claimed. “They work hard at their marriage.”
The insider added that the Duke of Cambridge gifted his wife a diamond necklace and ring during their anniversary. On that day, the couple had dinner together after their children fell asleep.
The royal prince and Kate share three children together — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. They met at the University of St. Andrews where Kate also received the nickname “Waity Katie.” The name implied that the duchess was waiting around for the prince to finally propose.
The couple tied knots in 2011 at Westminster Abbey after going through a lot of hardships.
For what it’s worth, the duke almost cheated on his now-wife numerous times. Prince William once went on a getaway with American heiress Anna Sloan while dating Kate.
Per Katie Nicholl, the event left the duchess “deeply hurt.” This eventually led them to split. In 2007, they broke up again while Prince William was in the military. At that time, the royal prince and his friends went to Bouji’s club where a woman named Tess Shepherd arrived.
Apart from growing with Prince William, Kate herself also grew better as a future queen consort.
In the same interview, the royals’ pal revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge needed to grow from the insecurities she had when she was young.
“She’s become confident in her decision-making, and she’s learned to look at the big picture and not let little things bother her,” the source said.
Meanwhile, Prince William — as a royal-blooded prince — has always been a confident man.
Featured image courtesy of Frankie Fouganthin, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons
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