Why Kate doesn't need your pity over Will's 'laddish' antics 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

The moment the Duke of Cambridge’s skiing holiday to Verbier was labelled a ‘lads’ trip’, it was inevitable that the spotlight would turn straight to his wife. While Prince Will was off downing pints with his mates, dancing with his hands in the air and - shock horror - speaking to not one but two attractive members of the opposite sex, it transpired the Duchess was left at home, all alone, with just the entire Royal staff to help her look after their two children. Headlines immediately wondered how she would react to Will shirking Royal duties of attending the Commonwealth Day service to let loose on the slopes.

As the increasingly intrusive paparazzi revealed more fuzzy photographs of the Duke’s trip, the speculation around the Duchess’s feelings intensified. Would she be mortified by his now infamous ‘dad dancing’? What about that ‘slut drop’ dance move with a mystery woman, whose waist...


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