PRINCE WILLIAM and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge’s relationship has been going since the early 2000s, and despite years together, there’s one mistake Kate won’t let her husband forget.
Prince William, 38, recently confessed to making a mistake years ago when buying a gift for his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 38. The future King made the revelation when speaking to footballer Peter Crouch, 39, on his BBC podcast That Peter Crouch Podcast.
The former England striker first admitted he had bought his wife Abbey a raincoat thee years in a row.
But the Duke of Cambridge was quick to comfort Crouch, saying he had also made a terrible blunder when buying his wife a gift once.
The 38-year-old Prince said: “I did get my wife a pair of binoculars once – she’s never let me forget that.
“That was early on in the courtship that was. I wrapped them.
Prince William and Kate Middleton met in the early 2000s (Image: GETTY)
Prince William bought Kate a pair of binoculars for her birthday (Image: GETTY)
“They were really nice. I was trying to convince myself about it.
“I was like, ‘but these are really amazing, look how far you can see!’
“She was looking at me going, ‘they’re binoculars, what’s going on?’.
“It didn’t go well. Honestly I have no idea why I bought her a pair of binoculars.”
Prince William spoke to Peter Crouch about mental health on his podcast (Image: BBC)
Prince William and Kate met while studying at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
Their engagement was announced in November 2010 and they married less than a year later in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
Prince William took part in the podcast in support of the new Heads Up campaign with The FA.
The special episode has been called That Prince William Episode.
Speaking about the campaign on the podcast, William said: “We all have mental health, and we all have to stay mentally fit…
“It’s a strength to talk about your mental health, it’s not a weakness.
“You know if you’re not feeling well, something’s bothering you, talk about it – it’s not a problem.”
Heads Together and The FA teamed up to run a season-long campaign to change the conversation on mental health.
Prince William took part in Peter Crouch’s podcast as part of the new Heads Up campaign with The FA (Image: BBC)
Launching the campaign, William said: ”We are here today to take a big step in shattering this silence.
“We are going to use one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health.”
To encourage people to open up about their mental health issues, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry initiated the mental health awareness campaign “Heads Together” in April 2016.
The charity aims to tackle mental health issues head on and get rid of stigma related to it.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK