Prince William and née Kate Middleton are never seen holding hands! Have you ever wondered why? What could be the possible reason behind it?
Since birth, Prince William has been in the public eye. He grew from a young boy into a man, right in front of our eyes. Later on, the public seemed more interested when this royal descendant started his courtship with gorgeous Kate Middleton. The pair tied the knot on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey and the whole world took notice.
Over 70 million people watched the wedding ceremony live on YouTube. To date, it looks like the regal pair has only added to their own personal happiness, as well as their family. They’re constantly spotted in public, wearing beautiful smiles. However, there is one odd thing about William and Kate—they have never been spotted packing on the PDA. Rather, we often notice these two refrain from public displays of affection.
The sensible reasons are here:
First and foremost, they are royals, not celebrities. They have centuries of history to honor in how they conduct themselves publicly. A public display of affection (PDA) by royals is generally frowned on. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge represent not only the UK but other countries as the Head of State. When you have millions of people watching you and scrutinizing your every move, you have appearances to keep up. Among royals, publicizing personal relationships is considered as a complete disgrace. As a matter of fact, the royal kiss actually only started about 30 or so years ago.
Wimp.com states, even on outings, appearances, or snapshots that are more casual, Prince William and Kate Middleton pose very formal sans any sign of warmth towards each other.
But before everybody starts thinking that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are leading a loveless and unhappy life, it should be noted that appearing in a non-chummy manner in public doesn’t indicate that the royal pair has fallen out of love.
As true royals, Prince and his wife do their best to maintain a clear separation between their work lives and personal lives. And they brilliantly manage to maintain the level of decorum suiting “The House of Windsor” at the same time.