Kate Middleton, Prince William Divorce: Royal Couple Spends Weekend Separately; Duchess Of Cambridge Bonds With Pippa Middleton

Kate Middleton and Prince William divorce news hit the headlines once again as the royal couple was reported to have spent the weekend getaway separately. However, it was a good thing that the Duchess of Cambridge had a good time with her sister, Pippa Middleton.

A few weeks ago, Prince William enjoyed a ski trip with his friend miles away in the Swiss Alps. Videos of the royal husband soon emerged showing off his dancing skills in a Swiss nightclub with his pals Guy Pelly, Tom van Straubenzee and James Meade. The Sun reported that Kate Middleton initially finds it hilarious that her prince charming was too drunk to ski. However, she was not impressed when she saw him dancing with the Australian girl. Prince William was pictured sharing some booze over lunch with Sophie Taylor and her beautician friend Rosie Peate. The group was later seen dancing in the Farinet club.

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton were spending the same weekend around 100 miles away from Prince William and his friends in Meribel, France. The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge was reported to love skiing and it was her first choice for the bachelorette's party. "They stayed in a really exclusive catered chalet with maids and chef, who ensured that they were totally spoilt," the source said.

During the stay of Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton in the Alps, the owners gave them Swatch watches, Ugg slippers, leather-bound notebooks and some perfumes. The private plane that took the sisters to the private party was paid by the Middletons.

E! News reports that the incident on the Swiss Alps should not fuel divorce news of Kate Middleton and Prince William. According to body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass, she sees no sign of a problem. "William and Kate's so-called scandal is much ado about nothing."

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