Prince William spent the weekend on a boys-only ski trip this week at the exclusive Swiss ski resort of Verbier, and clearly had a great time. A video of the 34-year-old charmingly dad-dancing to '90s music at a club has already gone viral. But on Thursday another video emerged — this one of William putting his arm around the waist of a mystery woman in the same club. And Kate Middleton is reportedly not too happy.
Vanity Fair is reporting that sources among "royal watchers" say Duchess Kate is "less than pleased" William was filmed partying in this manner.
"It was William's choice to go away, but make no mistake Kate wears the trousers in their marriage, and she won't be happy with William's antics. She thought his partying days and larking around with the boys was a thing of the past. I imagine she'll find this humiliating and William will have come in for a pasting."
William has also been criticized for missing a service for Commonwealth Day this week—which is considered one of the most significant dates in the royal calendar—to go to Verbier with friends. The travel crew included Prince George's godfather Guy Pelly and close friends Tom Van Straubenzee and James Meade. The Commonwealth Day event was attended by the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and Prince Harry.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to travel to Paris on Friday for an official two-day state visit—and their first since they married—to meet with diplomats and terror attack victims. The couple will attend a reception at the British ambassador's residence, during which they will be introduced to young leaders from the world of arts, business, and sports. They will also meet with survivors and members of the emergency services from the July 2016 terror attack in Nice.
It's not known whether Prince William and Duchess Kate will have a public engagement to honor William's late mother Princess Diana, who died in Paris in 1997.
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