The Duke of Cambridge showed his romantic side during a walk about in Ireland when he told a well-wisher how much he loves his wife Kate.
The couple are normally very private when it comes to their relationship, but the prince made a very sweet comment during their trip to Ireland.
During a walkabout in Galway, Wills got chatting to Angela Moran from Westport, County Mayo.
Angela, who was holding a commemorative banner from Kate and Wills's Royal Wedding, told Wills how much she admired Kate.
Speaking to Town and Country magazine afterwards, she said: “I said to him that I really admired him and Catherine and he said thank you very much.
"I said I love her and he said ‘I do too, nice of you to say so.’"
Speaking about meeting the royal couple, Angela said: “It was amazing. It’s something you’d think will never happen. We came and stayed here overnight so that we’d be in a good position to see them today. We’ve had a long stand but it was worth every second.”
During their three-day visit to Ireland Kate and William managed to fit in a romantic cliff top walk.
They walked hand in hand as they took in the stunning coastline of Howth in the popular tourist spot north of Dublin.
In brilliant winter sunshine, the royals looked happy and relaxed as they walked to the trail summit where they were met by Irish environment minister Richard Bruton.
After meeting the couple the politician said: "They remarked on how you couldn't come to Ireland and not see the coastline so they got their wish.
"And they saw it in a benign light, normally there is a wind howling – it's really beautiful today, they couldn't be luckier."
During their first official trip to Ireland, Kate shared a few sweet updates on her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The Duchess said her eldest son is learning to play the guitar while little Charlotte is "very into gymnastics".
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