Kate Middleton, Prince William Shock: 'Flirty' Cambridge Pair Revived Their Marriage During Their Controversial Caribbean Tour? Royal Couple Reportedly Moving Closer To Queen Elizabeth, Princess Eugenie And Prince Edward Soon

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Kate Middleton and Prince William had a busy week during their most recent royal tour in the Caribbean region. The said visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was hounded with controversy after a number of groups staged a protest opposing the couple's tour.

Amid the backlash, Kate Middleton and Prince William were forced to rearrange their schedule. The royal couple even canceled their first outing at a sustainable cocoa farm in Indian Creek amid protests about indigenous rights and colonialism.

Now, new reports claimed that Kate Middleton and Prince William managed to sneak away for a romantic dinner at a low-key restaurant in Belize despite their stay being marred by controversy. Keep on reading to know more details.


Kate Middleton And Prince William Went On An Intimate Dinner During Caribbean Tour?

An unnamed insider told Star Magazine that Kate Middleton and Prince William went out for an intimate dinner at an under-the-radar restaurant in Belize, where they reportedly enjoyed each other's company and some local food away from the crowd and cameras. The source told the entertainment news outlet:

"It's a small, understated spot -- not the kind of place you'd expect to see a royal. Barely anyone noticed them because it was so dimly lit. They were holding hands and Will was affectionately stroking Kate's hair."

After the romantic dinner, the unidentified source claimed Kate Middleton and Prince William "danced to the music until 2 a.m." Though the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in Belize, Jamaica, and The Bahamas for official royal duties, royal watchers allegedly could not help but notice that they were "flirty" and "loose in public" as well.

The tipster furthered:

"William and Kate had the time of their lives. They were saying, 'It's like our second honeymoon.' The tour brought them closer together than they've been in a long time."

Star Magazine also reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William spent quality time together when they were not meeting with locals or attending official functions. An informant said one highlight was a scuba diving excursion in Belize.

It revealed to the publication:

"It was the first time they'd been diving in years. They agreed it was the best day ever and gave each other the biggest hug."

Despite their hectic schedules, their kids -- Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis -- were not far from their minds that Kate Middleton and Prince William Facetime with them every day. The Duke of Cambridge, in addition, allegedly told a group at a reception that Prince George kept track of their whereabouts while they were away.

Prince William, reportedly, stated on March 21:

"We let them know where we are and he finds us on the map and puts a pin it and shares with the others."

As for Kate Middleton, one royal observer noted:

"She's showing us a little more of the real Kate. Not just the 'Duchess.'"

While Queen Elizabeth focuses on her recuperation at home, Kate Middleton and Prince William's Caribbean tour has reportedly boosted the monarchy. The magazine added it was even a bigger boost to the Cambridge couple's marriage, with one insider saying:

"Their relationship has totally been revived."

Both Kate Middleton and Prince William have yet to comment on the reports saying that they sneaked away for an intimate dinner while in Belize. So, avid supporters of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should take all these unverified claims lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Kate Middleton And Prince William May Transfer To Windsor For Queen Elizabeth

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Prince William are reportedly set to relocate near Windsor Castle very soon to be closer to Queen Elizabeth. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge divide their time between Kensington Palace in London and Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

A move to Windsor Castle would reportedly allow Kate Middleton and Prince William to be closer to the upcoming royal activities, support the aging Queen Elizabeth and expand their roles as working senior members of the royal family.

Vogue previously reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William are interested in living a more rural-based life, close to nature and to other family members. In fact, Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, Prince Edward, and Princess Eugenie live nearby.

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