Family: Royal Family: Prince William and Kate Middleton melt hearts in unearthed video of them holding hands under the table as fans call them 'soulmates'

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The British public can’t get enough of the Royal family, showing up in the thousands, if not millions, to show their support for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee back at the beginning of June. Singer Ed Sheeran paid tribute to the Queen and Prince Phillip’s long-lasting love, by singing his song ‘Perfect’ at the end of the four-day celebration.

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Another couple the public fawn over is Prince William and Kate Middleton’s, who’ve been together since their student days at St Andrew’s University, Scotland. An unearthed video of the couple caught a glimpse into their affectionate side while at Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank at St. George's Chapel in 2018.

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In the video, Prince William can be seen dressed in a black dinner jacket, grey waistcoat, light blue shirt and tie, while the Duchess of Cambridge wore a fuchsia number by Alexander McQueen and a matching fascinator. During the ceremony, the couple were caught holding hands - a small sign of affection between the couple.

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The video has been watched over 266,400 times, garnered 20,800 likes and 115 comments. Fans of the royal couple were entranced by their affectionate behaviour, with one person saying: “I love how William and Catherine don't need to shout it from the rooftop and subtly prove their love for eachother.”

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A second replied: “I really hope they love each other as much as we love them.”

A third said: “They really are soulmates and still in love.”

A fourth wrote: “Hope to live a love (story) like theirs one day.”

One keen eyed viewer drew a comparison between them and another royal couple: “He holds on to her like the Queen did with the Duke.”

The same account shared a clip of Prince William awarding an MBE to deaf TV presenter and British Sign Language translator Alex Duguid back in 2020. Alex was honoured at Buckingham Palace, being awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to Deaf People and British Sign Language Education in June 2019.

What struck a chord with TikTok users was that Alex was congratulated by the royal in BSL, as Prince William signed “Congratulations Alex” rather than the usual brief conversation between recipients. The TV presenter signed “Thank you” in response.

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A caption on the video read: “Prince William, Duke of Cambridge learned sign language to congratulate Deaf MBE recipient Alex Duguid.” Royal fans flooded into the comments, praising Prince William for his thoughtful and heartfelt action.

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