Despite being Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate are an (almost) normal couple. And like everyone else, they too have their little household scenes. This is evidenced by this footage recorded at the wedding of Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan with Saudi Rajwa al-Saif, in Amman on Thursday, June 1. At the end of the traditional religious ceremony that took place at Zahran Palace, Kate Middleton came to greet the bride and groom, before chatting with the new princess. At her side, her husband, William, lost some patience in view of the exchange between the two women that probably dragged on too long for his taste.
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As noted by the Daily Mail, William launched a discreet "chop chop" (understand, "go, go") to his wife to encourage her to continue moving forward and thus leave room for the other guests. An invitation that did not seem to disturb Kate, visibly in a very talkative mood.
The surprise of Wales
Kate and William took everyone by surprise by attending the wedding of King Abdullah II's eldest son and Queen Rania Al-Yassin. A few days ago, the British press was still saying that it was unlikely that they would go to Jordan. However, snaps of the couple arriving at a luxury hotel in Amman surfaced as early as Wednesday. To the delight of fans of crowned heads.