The Royal Family

William And Kate Show Rare Public Display Of Affection At Eugenie’s Wedding

On Friday, the Royals gathered for the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Of course, among the guests were Prince William and wife Kate. And while waiting for the bride they proved they’re still as loved-up as ever.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed some rare PDA. They looked so adorable holding hands while sitting down next to Harry and Meghan.

William held on to Kate’s hand which she placed on his knee as she caught up with Harry.

William also put his hand tenderly across his wife’s back as they exited the chapel.

But, it is necessary to say that Eugenie and Jack’s wedding wasn’t another working engagement. It was a family event which explains why the couple was more open to showing affection.

Still, if they hold hands at a working engagement, they wouldn’t be breaking rules.

“There is no actual etiquette or royal protocol that says the couple must refrain from PDA,” Myka Meier, a royal etiquette expert and founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, told People in 2016.

“The couple are likely to show very little PDA, if any, to remain professional during their designated roles abroad.”

william and kate

The rare PDA from William and Kate is the second one we’ve seen this week. William affectionately touched Kate’s back as they arrived at an engagement at the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit on Tuesday.

Duchess Kate looked stunning at Princess Eugenie’s. She opted again for a cranberry-colored Alexander McQueen dress and Philip Treacy hat for the occasion.

kate william harry meghan

When it comes to Harry and Meghan, they continued to show their affection by arriving in the Chapel holding hands.

For the wedding, Meghan opted for a demure navy Givenchy dress. She completed her look with a pair of navy shoes and a matching navy hat by Noel Stewart.

READ NEXT: Charlotte Blew A Kiss As She And George Arrived At Princess Eugenie’s Wedding


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *