Prince William to whisk Kate away for romantic ski holiday in Switzerland


Prince William is going to take his wife Duchess Kate for a romantic weekend on a high-end ski resort in the Alps to make up for missing Valentine's Day.

They were apart for six weeks as William was away flying a helicopter for the RAF in the Falklands.

The royal couple had a joyful reunion earlier this week at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, the Daily Mail reported.

It ended a long spell apart, in which the Duchess of Cambridge has thrown herself into her role, making solo public appearances at military and charity events and winning widespread approbation for her elegant poise.

The couple was 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.

This time, they will stay in an elegant chalet at Verbier, according to the Daily Mirror.

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. Princess Eugenie too held a low-key 18th birthday party at Verbier.

Source: Europe News.Net