Prince William and Kate revealed that they showed their three children the views from their Bahamas hotel via FaceTime.
During their stay on the Caribbean island, the royal couple stayed at the Cove at Atlantis Paradise Island, and as they were leaving, Kate thanked Russell Miller, Executive Vice President, and Kapil Sharma, General Manager of the hotel, and admitted that they had called Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The duchess also complimented them on their “amazing stay” and said she “can’t wait to come back with the kids.”
During their Caribbean tour, Kate and William have been more in love than ever, and at one point during an official engagement, they shared a flirty exchange.
They worked the room separately at an evening reception hosted by the Governor General at the Baha Mar Resort, speaking to different groups.
However, as the couple re-entered their relationship, they caught each other’s eye, and William jokedly extended his hand to shake Kate’s. She laughed as she did so, half collapsing into him as they reunited.
While the Cambridges are known for their modest public displays of affection, they were captured in another candid moment as they walked hand-in-hand out of The Cove at Atlantis Paradise Island.
After a successful tour, Kate and William will return to the UK on Saturday, and during their penultimate night’s reception, William praised the Bahamas’ beauty and the warmth of its people.
“Everywhere we’ve been today on our first official visit to your wonderful islands, Catherine and I have witnessed this,” he said.
He went on to say: “However, this isn’t my first visit to the Bahamas. As a child, I came here with my mother. Snorkeling around the James Bond wrecks off the coast of Nassau left me with a lasting impression of your clear blue waters. It was the best holiday ever for a young boy obsessed with James Bond.”