Kate and William are still laughing like St Andrews students when they say they “really fancy each other.”


Kate and William are still laughing like St Andrews students as they say, ‘Really fancy each other.’

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William “really fancy each other,” as they did when they first met.

In 2011, the couple married at Westminster Abbey after meeting as students at the University of St Andrews.

Kate has since risen to the top of the company’s hierarchy.

Now, a close friend of the couple, speaking on the occasion of Kate’s 40th birthday on Sunday, says there has always been a spark between them and that “a strong attraction” still exists.

“He found her really attractive,” they said to The Sunday Times, “and they’re the couple who still really fancy each other, there’s still a strong attraction.”

“She thinks he’s hilarious, and they’re clearly smitten.”

Following a brief breakup in 2007, the couple rekindled their love for one another later that summer by taking a luxurious vacation together.

There, William and his future wife allegedly made a “marriage pact.”

“Under a moon so bright it cast shadows across the beach, William assured Kate she was the one,” Royal expert Katie Nicholl wrote in her 2010 book, ‘William and Harry.’

“They talked about marriage for the first time in a serious way.

“The pact they made would be beneficial to them.”

“They didn’t agree to get married right away; what they made was a pact,” a member of William and Kate’s inner circle told Ms Nicholl.

“William told Kate she was the one, but he wasn’t ready to marry her just yet.”

“He promised her he would keep his word and wouldn’t let her down, and she agreed to wait for him.”

Kate and William’s relationship included a safari in Kenya and a romantic ski trip to Klosters, Austria, prior to their split.

Kate was also invited to the Royal Family’s Christmas luncheon at Sandringham.

“I suppose what none of us knew was that [she]and William had actually made a secret pact to be married way back in 2007, after they got together after their second major break-up,” Ms Nicholl claimed in her updated biography, ‘The Making of a Royal Romance.’

“And we know this is a couple who knows how to keep secrets.”

“So Kate had the last laugh because she finally got her prince.”

The Duchess of Cambridge turned 40 on Sunday, and to commemorate the occasion, three new photographs were released.

The photographs that were taken.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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