Prince William reveals he leaves pizza on the sofa and it drives Kate Middleton mad

THEY may live in a palace and be one of the most famous couples in the world but even Prince William and Kate Middleton have silly arguments just like the rest of us.

Stepping out in Cyprus in 2018 to open a new military recreation centre, Wills cracked a joke about one of his habits which drives Kate mad.


Kate Middleton joked about Prince William’s ‘nightmare’ habitCredit: Getty – Contributor

According to People, the Duke of Cambridge was admiring the centre’s new yellow sofas when he was reminded of Kate’s household hang-up.

Joking with the servicemen and women, William teased: “Keep the pizzas off the sofas!”

And overhearing her husband’s quip from across the room, Kate playfully replied: “You’re a nightmare with that!”

 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in good spirits as they opened the new Oasis recreation centre in Cyrus yesterday


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in good spirits as they opened the new Oasis recreation centre in Cyrus yesterdayCredit: MOD
Whilst visiting a RAF base in Cyprus Prince William teases wife Kate for camouflaging with the Christmas tree in her £670 green blazer

But it wasn’t just William who gave the troops a glimpse into family life at the Duke and Duchess’ Kensington Palace home.

Kate also told crowds at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus that her seven-month-old son Prince Louis is learning to wave.

According to the Mirror, the 36-year-old stopped to chat to Rhian Davis, 32, who was carrying 10-week-old daughter Dorothy in a sling.

Rhian said: “She asked whether she was sleeping through the night and she told me that Louis is starting to wave.”

In even more Royal Family news, a Royal butler has revealed the dos and don’ts of Christmas entertaining, including the correct time to pull your crackers and why you should keep your glass in your left hand.

Plus Meghan and Kate Middleton’s body language ‘revealed rifts’ when asked about rows in February – a body language expert has revealed.

And as Kate and Meghan are set for a tense festive time, here’s how to defuse family arguments around Christmas.

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