Amidst the rumors that Prince William and Kate Middleton relationship are on the rocks, the Duke and Duchess visited France together. This was reportedly the first official visit after Princes Diana's demise.
According to Celebeat, upon arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Paris, France the married couple directly headed over to the élysée Palace. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed by French President François Hollande upon they entrance in the palace. It was also noted that the couple had taken part in the St. Patrick's Day parade in London, which is prominent to takes place every year.
Aside from that, Prince William and Kate Middleton have appeared in numerous events in the French capital. These include a greeting concerning a number of young French leaders along with a formal dinner at Her Majesty's Ambassador's place. It can be remembered that these events were previously announced in Kensington Palace.
Furthermore, E! Online has learned that all throughout the trip, both Prince William and Kate Middleton looked infatuated with one another. In fact, the couple showed zero signs of any sort of worry in paradise. It was recalled that Duke had stimulated debate a few days earlier when he didn't appear on a family event in favor of a ski trip. The prince was also caught on camera "dad-dancing" at a Swiss nightclub with numerous women and this scenario has allegedly led to Kate Middleton's disappointment and a disgrace to the Royal family.
Apart from the above-detailed events, Prince William and Kate Middleton also appeared at a rugby match between Wales and France which took place at Stade de France in Saint-Denis, situated outside of the French capital. France had won the fight against the Wales and both the Duke and Duchess were seen sporting gloomy looks on their faces.
With the visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Paris, France, it appears that the couple is not having a problem with their relationship. This year is also a special event for the Duke and Duchess along with the rest of the Royal family since it marks the 20th death anniversary of Princess Diana.