Prince William, Kate plan Swiss vacation to celebrate reunion
London: After staying apart from almost six weeks, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton are going on a romantic vacation in Switzerland to celebrate their reunion and also to make up for missing Valentine`s Day. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who were reunited earlier this week as the second-in-line to the British throne was busy flying a Royal Air Force helicopter in the Falklands, would be staying in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, a leading daily has reported.
A source said: "William missed Kate terribly when he was away. They spent Valentine`s Day apart and he has been thinking for some time how to make it up to his wife. He wants a reunion in the most romantic possible fashion. They`ve had some brilliant times skiing, and William decided a getaway in Switzerland, where they can wear goggles and hats and go around unnoticed, would be perfect. Kate was delighted when he eventually told her about his plans and cannot wait for the pair to spend some quality time together."
William, 29, and 30-year-old Kate were first seen skiing in Switzerland in 2004, and they had their first photographed kiss there two years later, with both holidays taking place at the resort of Klosters. The high-end resort has been popular with the royal family for years, with Prince Andrew and Prince Edward having celebrated birthdays there, and Prince Harry spending New Year`s Eve partying on its slopes. A Clarence House spokesperson has declined to comment on their holiday plans.