KATE Middleton was left “miserable” when Prince William headed off on an all-boys holiday following their “trial separation”, a book has revealed.
Kate Middleton and Prince William married in 2011, completing the nation's fantasy of a royal fairy tale. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have now been happily married for seven years and have three beautiful children, however, their relationship wasn’t always easy sailing. The parents of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis met while studying at St Andrews University, but hit a snag in their romance in 2004 when their studies came to an end.
William and Kate had a “trial separation” during this time, book “The Duchess of Cambridge: How Kate Middleton Became A Future Queen”, has revealed.
If this wasn’t hard enough for the couple, the Duchess was also said to have been fuming when William decided to take off on an all-boys sailing holiday with friend Guy Pelly, an acquaintance Kate had “never thought highly of”.
Meghan Markle’s sister-in-law was believed to have been left “miserable” when she found out Guy – who she saw as a “bad influence” on the young Prince – had hired an all-female crew for their trip away.
To deal with the separation, Kate packed her bags and returned home to Berkshire where she spent the summer with her family, the book claims.