Prince William Will Allegedly Take Kate Middleton To A Stunning Cottage On Their Anniversary
Prince William and Kate Middleton will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary this week.
In its May 3 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that Prince William has already laid out all his plans for their special day.
A source claimed that the Duke of Cambridge wants to take his wife to a secluded place, where they can be away from the hustle and bustle of the city, as well as their royal duties.
Since Prince William is reportedly a true romantic at heart, he will be surprising Middleton with a special trip.
“Wills is determined to do something special with Kate to thank her for all her hard work and dedication to the family. She’s been a real rock. Friends think he’ll take her to the cottage where they lived together in Anglesey. It holds a lot of happy memories for them both,” the source said.
This isn’t the first time that a tabloid speculated about Prince William and Middleton’s 10th wedding anniversary plans. Earlier this month, Star claimed that the royal couple will be traveling to Scotland.
A source for the tabloid claimed that the trip is something that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been looking forward to especially since they’ve been very in the past couple of months.
The royal couple is also allegedly burned out from taking care of their children amid the pandemic. And they have also been very hands-on when it comes to Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s homeschooling.
Earlier this week, Prince William and Middleton also revealed that Prince Louis has started attending preschool. This means that they have another kid to guide when it comes to Prince Louis’ studies.
However, even though it’s evident that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge deserve a break, no one knows for sure what they are planning for their anniversary.
Prince William and Middleton do not normally share their plans with the world. And publications just report on what transpired after their anniversary celebrations conclude.
The second in line to the throne and his wife tied the knot in 2011 at Westminster Abbey. Their nuptials were attended by thousands of official guests, family members, friends, and royal fans.
Back then, Prince William and Middleton made headlines after they channeled Prince Charles and Princess Diana with their balcony kiss.
Shortly after they tied the knot, Prince William and Middleton welcomed their son Prince George. Princess Charlotte arrived in 2015, and Prince Louis was born in 2018.