Kate Middleton's weird trait revealed by Prince William in sweet couple's moment

William shared details of one of Kate Middleton's weird traits during their trip to Wales

Kate Middleton's weird trait - Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visit Abergavenny Market on March 01, 2022 in Abergavenny, Wales
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Prince William shared details of one of Kate Middleton's strange traits, following his revelation up with an adorable comment about his wife. 


As they greeted onlookers during the special Welsh day out, the couple were heard chatting about the brisk February weather.

In response to comments about the cold, William revealed that Kate suffers from particularly chilly hands. 

"She has the coldest hands ever," the future King, who lives at Kensington Palace with Kate, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, announced. 

Kate Middleton's weird trait - Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visit Abergavenny Market on March 01, 2022 in Abergavenny, Wales

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Making sure to pay Catherine a kind compliment, William, who will be the Prince of Wales some day, added, "They say, 'cold hands, warm heart'."

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also gave a sweet insight into their family life and how their three royal little ones handle their parents going away so often.

Kate and William regularly jet off overseas to complete their royal duties, with Kate visiting Copenhagen in Denmark and William flying to Dubai just last month, where he had a "naughty" run-in with the UAE police

Prince William explained that the Cambridge family have a tradition of showing the kids a map and pointing out where they are going before heading off on royal tours and visits. 

"They are always asking us where we are going," he said. 

"And we show them where we are on the map."

Kate Middleton - Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Pant Farm near Abergavenny, a goat farm that has been providing milk to a local cheese producer for nearly 20 years, during a visit Abergavenny and Blaenavon on March 1, 2022 in Abergavenny, Wales

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As they paid a visit to a farm to spend time with some goats, Kate also shared that George had been getting involved with countryside life during their half term break to their Norfolk home, Amner Hall

When she was told that a robot could be used on the farm to transport the animal's food, Kate replied, "That was George's job at half term—moving feed."