It was a moment that truly enchanted Internet users. On Wednesday, Kate and William were pictured inside the grounds of Holyroodhouse Castle, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, as they prepared to board a towering bottle green vehicle. On the Instagram account of the royal family of England, it is specified that this is a Land Rover from 1966 that belonged to the Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9, and loaned for the occasion by the Queen. A tribute to Prince Philip who delighted the Web, judging by the number of comments welcomed under the publication. “They are lovely, beautiful tribute to Prince Philip!”, “I adore them, and I admire their dedication and service”, “His grandfather had style!”, “We are so lucky that William is the eldest and that he becomes, one day, king alongside Catherine “, we can read among the reactions. This outing was organized as part of a drive-in cinema session to which NHS (National Health Service) staff were invited. The opportunity for Kate and William to meet, the time of a film, in love.
Kate and William, back at the place of their meeting
It must be said that this trip to Scotland is enough to bring back good memories to the couple, since it was on the benches of St-Andrews University, twenty years earlier, that Kate Middleton and Prince William met. This Wednesday, the Cambridge couple returned to the walls of this symbolic place to meet the students with whom they discussed the difficulties encountered by them during the health crisis. Between chuckles, tender smiles and even a gesture of affection from William – a rather rare sight for the couple who often appear in restraint – the Duke and Duchess have probably enjoyed reconnecting with the past.
Kate and William © Agency