The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge support each other and seem happier and more relaxed when they are together.
Although not as affectionate as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the couple laugh and exchange nice looks – to the delight of their fans.
And according to royal expert Katie Nicholl, Wills is a little romantic and would have made sure his wife “felt special” on Valentine’s Day.
You said OK! magazine: “I don’t know if he would admit it, but after all William is a little romantic. He will make Kate feel special on Valentine’s Day.”
Although we don’t know exactly what they invented, Katie has some ideas on how the Cambridges could have spent the special day.
He said, “I think they’ll probably use the date as an excuse to spend time together.”
“They have a favorite Italian restaurant in Kensington just a short walk from the palace, and William is known for offering Kate a romantic meal there.
“But it is very difficult for them to go undercover anywhere.
“There’s a sweet side to William, so I’m sure there will be a thoughtful ticket and gift for Kate, and maybe a quiet dinner at home.”
Kate and Wills met at the university and were good friends before their love affair blossomed.
The couple notoriously split up for a while while they were at university, and although they talked about it, there is still much speculation about what led them to decide to temporarily call their love.
According to a royal expert, the division may have occurred because the then Kate understood exactly what she was facing by dating a member of the royal family.
Judy Wade, former royal correspondent for Hello! magazine, said: “It may have fulfilled the terrible burden it would take on.
“It is a life sentence that marries a royal.”
The duke and duchess talked about their short division in the engagement interview and Kate admits that it made her stronger.
William said, “We parted for a while.
“We were both very young, he was in university and we were both there and we were different characters and things.
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“He was really trying to find our way and we were growing.
“It was just a little bit of space. It worked for the better.”
But they managed to sort things out and Wills raised the issue in Kenya, with the couple knowing how to bond with their royal wedding in 2011.