Duchess Kate & Prince William: At home with Mette-Marit and Haakon: The couple live so comfortably

Hach, love must be beautiful! During their visit to Norway, William and Kate show in a brief moment how much they feel for each other.

Prince William (35) and his lovely Kate (36) are very reserved in public when it comes to their relationship. The expectant parents, unlike other royal couples, never hold their hands on appointments and rarely seek physical contact in their royal performances. But these looks speak volumes! After lunch, which takes place at the home of the Norwegian crown prince couple Mette-Marit (44) and Haakon (44) at Gut Skaugum, they and their hosts visit the famous ski jump on Holmenkollen.

In the wintry landscape, the well-practiced couple throw so in love with one another that it seems as if they simply forgot the events around them for a brief moment. This romantic moment and the cozy home of the Norwegian prince couple we show you in the video above.

Scandinavian adventure
The visit to Norway is directly connected to two very eventful days in Sweden and has so far been very harmonious and relaxed. Even the reception on the plane by Mette-Marit and her husband was very cordial and the mood was solved throughout the day. Especially beautiful was the excursion to the famous “Ingrid Alexandra Sculpture Park.” The young namesake, Princess Ingrid Alexandra (14), played tourist guide there and was especially impressed by the good-humored Kate.

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