Open Post: Hosted By Duchess Kate And Prince William Getting Into Some PDA At Princess Eugenie’s Wedding

October 12, 2018 / Posted by:

We know Prince William and Duchess Kate have three children, but I’m sure if The Queen had her way, it shall remain a mystery as to how those future heirs were made. Royal magic? Wishes? Stop asking, you pervert! Generally, PDA is a no-no when it comes to royal family protocol, but today William and Kate decided to let royal protocol take a backseat to their emotions, and they were caught holding hands in the pews during Princess Eugenie’s wedding ceremony. So kinky! Is that the first few bars of Beyoncé’s “Naughty Girl” playing?

People reports that once inside, Duchess Kate appeared to put her hand on Prince William’s knee, and not in a way that said, “Stop fidgeting, I know it’s boring, but it will be over soon.” It was the couple-y type of touch, and William reciprocated by holding Kate’s hand. But if The Queen asks, just say it was fidgeting. She’ll understand.

They must have been inspired by Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s wedding day PDA, because on the way out of the church, William was seen putting his hand on Kate’s back.

A royal expert has previously told People that it’s not a law that royals can’t touch each other, just that they might refrain from doing so depending on the nature of an event. For example, something somber and serious might not be the time William would slide his hand over Kate’s body. But a wedding? Why not. Plus, boogie enthusiast William was probably testing the waters to see how receptive Kate might be to a little bump and grind on the dance floor at the reception. And if she responds by telling him to keep it in his royal trousers, well – at least he tried.

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