Prince William in trouble with Kate Middleton after boys-only ski weekend

Mar 20, 2017, 00:31

Kate and William met with veterans and survivors at a historic military hospital on the final day of their visit to the French capital.

"We think you are very strong and very fearless, you've made awesome progress", Prince William said, according to the BBC.

On Saturday, the couple will attend a Six Nations rugby match between France and Wales at the Stade de France on Saturday.

Prince William and Kate arrived in Paris this afternoon for a whirlwind first official visit to the city.

However, another insider told Vanity Fair that Kate, who apparently "wears the pants" in the relationship, is "less than pleased" with William's behavior.

Kate traded her British design run (of Catherine Walker, Alexander McQueen and Jenny Packham) from the previous day to show some love to France in a Chanel coatdress.

The couple's official appearance drew additional scrutiny after a video of Prince William dancing at a Switzerland nightclub went viral on Tuesday.

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Wearing barely any makeup and her hair in natural waves, Kate continues to prove she really is the "people's princess".

But while there may be some truth to this, Kate Middleton appeared to remain the dignified Duchess of Cambridge we know and love.

Continuing on their peaceful streak, they seemed to be enjoying Musee d'Orsay where they were photographed while taking in the beauty of the very big clock.

His "lads-only" trip meant he missed a service at London's Westminster Abbey attended by other members of the royal family.

He said he meant to spend more time on his royal duties and the various charitable causes they support.

At a reception for young French entrepreneurs to launch a celebration of Franco-British links called "Les Voisins" (Neighbours), the 34-year-old prince said the two countries had much in common.