Here is a bit of news to warm the cockles of all ‘romantics’ at heart. The Duke of Cambridge is a romantic too, and thinks ‘romance is important’ in his marriage to Duchess Catherine.
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The royal duo who tied the knot after an eight-year long courtship in April last year, live a quiet, private life at their cottage in Anglesey, North Wales.
Now friends of the couple have revealed that Prince William has a deep romantic side to him and loves to surprise or sometimes treat his wife when they're together.
A source told Us Weekly: 'William believes romance is important. He's not cheesy but he does like to make romantic gestures.'
Last year has been spent by the young royal couple visiting nations across the globe as part of the Queen’s diamond jubilee year, in the bargain even amassing a huge fan following worldwide.
However once they are at home base in Anglesey or in London the couple lead a more normal and down-to-earth existence as any other couples.
US Weekly reporting about William and Kate’s typical day informs that Catherine generally starts her day in the British capital with an early morning jog around Kensington Palace grounds with in all probability her guards and her dog Lupo.
This is followed by a healthy breakfast which most of the time she herself rustles up, after which she goes through the latest charity reports and her public schedules for the day.
After which she will dress up and attend the scheduled public engagement and if time permits, will fit in a hair appointment. The evenings are spent leisurely either at home or in the company of her sibling Pippa Middleton.
A source giving a peep into William and Kate’s routine life said: "If William is not in London, she'll (Kate) spend time with Pippa, who comes for a visit when they're both free."
Meanwhile, Prince William spends a typical day in Anglesey flying helicopters with the RAF. At 7 am he has his breakfast with the officers, after which he begins responding to any search-and-rescue calls. As a captain it’s his job to ensure his team is in the air within 15 minutes.
The Duke of Cambridge’s afternoons consists of a short lunch, followed by carrying out of any other duties with his squadron. As any working husband, he returns home to his spouse Catherine the next morning after sleeping overnight at the RAF base.
A press officer added: "Kate is a (typical) military wife, supporting her husband whenever possible."
Source: Belfast Telegraph.co.uk