WITH Valentine's Day just around the corner, everyone is gearing up for the love fest that see's the entire world shower their significant other with love and affection.
One couple who aren't afraid to show their affection for one another is Prince William and Kate Middleton – despite trying their best to avoid public displays of affection during public engagements.
From the subtle touches, the lustful eye gazing and the overall look of contentment, it's apparent the couple are as loved-up as ever, and, according to Royal commentator Katie Nicholl the couple are "clearly very happy in their marriage."
So, in light of the day of love, Katie details exactly what she expects William and Kate will do on the annual day of love.
Talking to OK! Magazine, Katie revealed that "deep down William's a bit of a romantic" and he will be sure Kate's made to feel extremely special on February 14.
She said: "I think they'll use the date to spend some time together – but it's very hard for them to go anywhere undercover. "
Katie suggests the Prince might even take Kate to their favourite Italian restaurant in Kensington, just a stone's throw away from the palace, where they've been known to dine in the past.
And while she didn't reveal the name of the restaurant, royal enthusiasts and foodies alike will no doubt have a list of possible hot spots the royal couple could very well be spotted in.
Speaking more on William's softer side, Katie said: "I’m sure there will be a card and a thoughtful present for Kate", and if they can't enjoy a night out with the prying eyes, "perhaps a quiet dinner at home".
In other royal romance, we shared how Kate Middleton and Prince William have stepped up PDAs and ‘relaxed royal rules’ since Meg and Harry quit for Canada.
And speaking of Meg and Harry, we revealed how Meghan and Harry plan to do "great philanthropic work" after leaving the Royal Family, according to their pal David Furnish.
And also how the Queen calls Meghan Markle and Prince Harry back from glamorous life in Canada for Commonwealth Service.
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