William and Kate meet attack survivors as France hit by airport shooting
- Author: Leroy Wright Apr 01, 2017,
Apr 01, 2017, 15:55
They will also watch a France-Wales rugby match. Kate thinks that he ruined her image with his behavior. While Prince William didn't budge, it seems he can't escape his ill-timed vacation that he took in place of attending Commonwealth Day celebrations.
Noticing the pleated and patterned Chanel dress that Kate was wearing, she told her she was determined to pursue a career in fashion despite her injuries.
Talking to Vanity Fair, a trusted insider shared: "It was William's choice to go away, but make no mistake Kate wears the pants in their marriage, and she won't be happy with William's antics".
Prince William and his wife Kate praised the courage of two victims who described the circumstances of their injuries and the effects on their lives.
In the coming months, Princess Kate and Prince William plan to visit several other European countries, with the goal of reminding the nations that Britain is their partner despite the country's plans to leave the E.U.
Before travelling to Paris, they sipped pints of Guinness with Irish Guards marking St Patrick's Day.
Later the prince joined Kate on an official visit to Paris for a Brexit charm offensive.
Earlier in the day, the pair headed to the Elysée where they enjoyed bi-lateral talks with the French leader Francois Holland to kick off their whirlwind 24-hour visit after arriving on a private jet.
While most eyes were on the Duchess in an ice-blue Jenny Packham gown, the music for the evening did not go unnoticed.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have sympathised with survivors of Paris' devastating Bataclan terrorist attack, praising their bravery and the "amazing progress" of their recovery. It's being reported that after footage of Prince William dirty dancing with a pretty blonde on his boys' weekend was released, Kate Middleton is "disappointed" in her husband.
The duchess and her royal beau attended a gala on Friday at the Paris home of British Ambassador Edward Llewellyn.
"She was part of the royal family, part of people from the important world, but she was near the real people", Herrera said.
In a possible reference to Brexit, she said "much has changed since my first visit" but concluded that "the ties between our nations have stood the test of time and will, I am sure, continue to prosper".