Spring isn't here yet, but the weather is warming, things are going to look a lot more green very soon and that means it will soon be great weather for a stroll with your love! Duchess Kate and Prince William took advantage of some of the lovely weather while visiting Ireland on their three-day tour of the country on March 4, and got in some PDA in the process!
At their fourth engagement of the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Howth, a suburb of Dublin with a gorgeous coastline and cliff. They met with representatives of the Marine Institute to hear how their environmental work is helping fight climate change and aid conservation. Being avid fans of any opportunity to reconnect in nature, they took the opportunity to walk through Howth's gorgeous and picturesque landscape, heading all the way up to its famous cliff.
The couple, who celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary next month, were seen laughing as they walked up the hill together. Very adorably, Kate had her arm nestled in her husband's, and the two looked deeply in love and also like they're each other's best friends. What more does one want in a partner, really?!
When the two reached the top of the cliff, they were shown some of the view by a guide, and then paused to put their arms around each other in a very gentle, loving moment.
We frequently see the Cambridges engage in this type of PDA with each other, but it's often a bit more subtle. Last month, William put his arm on Kate's back as she walked in to the Noël Coward Theatre. It's one of his favourite ways to gently show the duchess he's there with her as they step out to engagements. But that they had their arms around each other this time in Howth is an extra special treat for royals fans.
While out for their walk, the couple also stopped for a quick chat with some people who live in the area, sharing their thoughts about how great the natural landscape is and how friendly and welcoming everyone had been to them so far. William did lament not having had more Guinness at a reception at the Guinness Store's Gravity Bar on March 3, however, saying, "Every time I had a third sip, it was taken away from me!" Too funny!
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William and Kate's tour of Ireland has truly been a whirlwind, seeing them step out to eight engagements in two days so far. It wraps March 5.