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Kate Middleton Isn’t Thrilled About William’s Latest Adventure

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Yikes! Trouble in royal paradise? Reports say that Kate Middleton is less than pleased with her husband, Prince William, after his recent trip to Switzerland with his guy pals.

Rumors of the marital squabble are a bit surprising, considering how head over heels the couple seems to be since they started dating all those years ago. Then again, the occasional spat between husband and wife is pretty understandable. Plus, when you hear why Kate is angry, you might just have to take her side.

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It seems that earlier this week, William skipped Britain’s Commonwealth Day ceremony–an event the couple usually attends–to go skiing with his guy pals in Switzerland. The move prompted criticism from the British media, specifically of William’s tendency to skip out on his royal duties. But it’s not just reporters who are peeved: According to a source who spoke to Vanity Fair, Kate Middleton is “less than pleased” at William’s debauchery during the trip: dancing at the club late at night and drinking Jagerbombs with a 24-year-old Australian model.

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“It was William’s choice to go away, but make no mistake Kate wears the trousers in their marriage, and she won’t be happy with William’s antics,” the source told Vanity Fair. “She thought his partying days and larking around with the boys was a thing of the past. I imagine she’ll find this humiliating and William will have come in for a pasting.”

Uh-oh! Sounds like William will be in the doghouse for a little while, at least as far as his wife is concerned. Not to worry–we’re sure these two will patch things up in no time.

via NYMag.com

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