Kate Middleton And Prince William Sneak Away On Secret Dates – Entertainment News Today!
The pair head to Scotland on the sly…
Kate Middleton and Prince William have apparently been sneaking off on secret trips to Anstruther in Scotland, the cheeky devils!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have fond memories of Scotland in general, having fallen in love in St. Andrews where they both studied at university.
Now the pair like to return to the location as often as they can, fitting trips around their hectic schedules and enjoying secret romantic breaks at the picturesque royal estate of Balmoral and also heading to Anstruther, where they enjoyed lots of special moments together when they were dating.
Close friend, Blake singer Jules Knight, recently spoke about Kate and William’s courtship, telling OK! magazine: “They were always spending time together, going down to Anstruther (a town in Fife) to go banana boating or playing golf or going for a walk.”
Meanwhile, Prince William recently celebrated turning 30, and how did he celebrate? By knocking back vodka with his pals, but wife Kate left the boys to it.
The Royal couple headed out for a belated bash to celebrate his birthday at the Russian-themed restaurant Mari Vanna in Knightsbridge on July 2, and while William was getting a little leathered with his pals, Kate retired a few hours earlier, according to Now magazine.
“He and his mates were clearly enjoying a good party,” a source told the publication.
“Wills definitely looked the worse for wear after enjoying a few flavoured vodkas.”
Ooo, who knew Wills had it in him??
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