Kate Middleton recently revealed one of Prince William's "nightmare" habits, and it proves just how much the Royals can relate to the rest of us.
As reported by ET Online, the couple were visiting a military base on Wednesday to christen the new Oasis recreation center.
The facility is decorate with nice new couches, prompting Prince William to suggest, “Keep the pizza off the sofas!” Kate then quipped back, "You’re a nightmare with that!”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at @RAFAkrotiri in Cyprus to meet Serving personnel, families living on the base, wider station personnel and members of the local community. pic.twitter.com/x5sR34QrvL— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 5, 2018
While at the event, William delivered a heartfelt speech to the many men and women serving their country, thanking them for their dedication.
“We know this isn’t easy for you or your wives, husbands, children and friends back in the U.K. but on behalf of everyone at home, we’d like to say a big thank you," he said. "Thank you for your commitments and thank you for your sacrifices. We’re in your debt.”
At the Oasis Centre @RAFAkrotiri, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the new cinema room and the café area which is run by CESSAC, The Church of England Soldiers’, Sailors’ and Airmen’s Club. pic.twitter.com/2uhpKchmWe— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 5, 2018
“On behalf of everyone back home, we would like to say thank you. Thank you for your commitment and thank you for your sacrifices," he also said in his speech, which was shared to the official Kensington Palace Twitter page. "We are in your debt and Catherine and I feel very lucky to be able to spend time with you today.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially open the Oasis centre which is used by Serving personnel at @RAFAkrotiri as a recreation area when they are not on shift – during their down time. pic.twitter.com/OrEPWtyqCp— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 5, 2018
In addition to meeting the many service men and women, as well as other officials who work with the military base, the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge also greeted and shook hands with the immediate families of the facility's personnel.