Kate Middleton and Prince William Share a Rare PDA Moment During Their Arcade Visit

Kate Middleton and Prince William Share a Rare PDA Moment During Their Arcade Visit

August 6, 2020

Kate Middleton and Prince William's day trip to the seaside brought out their romantic sides.

The royal couple spent Wednesday visiting Barry Island as businesses in Wales start to reopen their doors amid the coronavirus crisis. They visited an arcade that has been closed to the public for months, trying their luck at a few classic games.

While William was giving his best shot at the claw machine, Kate sweetly placed a hand on her husband's back in a rare moment of PDA for the couple.

Kate and Prince William, 38, even shared the photo on their Instagram page Thursday to thank Wales for welcoming them during their visit the previous day. "Thank you Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 for the lovely reception yesterday," they captioned the shot. "It was great to see communities and businesses starting to get back up and running, following a difficult few months for the tourism industry and the wider economy."







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Kate and Prince William then put on masks and headed to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff to speak with staff, residents and family in the garden — reuniting them with some of the home's residents who participated in the bingo game the couple hosted via video call in May.

The royals learned about the residents' and staff's challenges during the coronavirus outbreak and how they've been able to keep in touch with their loved ones.

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