Kate Middleton Anxious Prince William Resents Royal Marriage, Misses Bachelor Life [Report]

It seems like Kate Middleton and Prince William's marriage is going through a rough patch because of the latest reports. Speculations were claiming that the Duchess fears her husband has resented the royal marriage and missed being a bachelor.

There was new report telling that the reason Prince William ditched his wife Kate Middleton and his two kids was because for a week-long ski-holidays was because he misses his old lifestyle being a bachelor. Worse, some even think that the Duke of Cambridge has been feeling miserable in his marriage life and desperately want for a way out as per Daily Mail.

Some of the critics of the royal family can't help but wonder why Prince William would leave his wife and would soon act like a drunken fool while he was dancing in public. It can be recalled that he is the second heir to the throne and would soon become as the King of England after his father, Prince Charles. Then he was hitting the clubs and drinking alcohol with his friends while Middleton was nowhere in sight. Then reports have escalated that Middleton was mad and was completely humiliated over her husband's behavior.

In fact, a source close to the situation revealed to Vanity Fair that it was Prince William who decided to go away and Middleton will not be happy with her husband's antics. She even thought that his drinking and partying days were gone and were left in the past that's why she also felt humiliated.

At this point, no one really knows what is actually happening between Middleton and Prince William behind the closed doors. But it got worse because of the bad press that started with his wild ski-trip in Switzerland. It would no longer be shocking if Middleton was secretly enraged. After all, it's just typical for wife to feel that way after seeing her husband drunk dancing with mystery women at a deluxe ski resort.

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