Kate Middleton’s hilarious reply after Prince William was ‘propositioned’

Prince William was once “propositioned” by a 96 year old care home resident – and Kate Middleton had the perfect response.

The Prince of Wales, 41, paid a visit to the Queens Bay Lodge Care Home, Edinburgh, in May 2021 – when Covid-19 social distancing rules were still in force. There he met 96-year-old Betty Magee, who was clearly a fan of the future king.

William later recalled the encounter to wife Kate, 41, as well as actresses Emma Stone and Emma Thompson during a video call.

He said: "I got propositioned by a 96-year-old lady called Betty yesterday who wanted to kiss me. She's in a care home with her daughter and I said 'Betty, if I do that I'm going to get slapped on the back of the head for inappropriate social distancing.'

“She said, 'I'll have you afterwards then!'… She was a right character!"

The Princess of Wales laughed before giving her hilarious response, saying: "This is what happens when I'm not around!"

Meanwhile, this week King Charles ’ former butler Grant Harrold reportedly said that William and Prince Harry have a “non-existent and distant” relationship after previously being “the best of friends”.

Grant, who was a Royal butler between 2004 and 2011 so mainly worked with William and Harry when they were in their late teens and twenties, explained: “They were best friends and they had the same friends, too. You’d see them in the pubs together. It was a great time for them.

"I remember going to the pub to meet them once. When I arrived, they called my name, I turned around and they were behind me. They were both very sociable boys.

“And that’s what’s so sad about it now, how they’ve gone from best of friends to non-existent really. They have become so distant. I know quite a few of Harry’s friends, who don’t hear from him at all now either.”

Elsewhere, Meghan Markle has now confirmed that she will be attending the highly anticipated Invictus Games next month, along with her husband Prince Harry.

A statement was released from the couple's organisation, Archewell, which stated Harry will start the games alone in Germany, and Meghan will join her husband for the second half of the games. Prince Harry, 38, will attend the Opening Ceremony on 9 September and Meghan, 42, will join him for the Closing Ceremony on the 19th.

The Invictus Games, which are for international wounded, injured, and sick veteran servicemen and women, was set up by Harry in 2014 and Meghan has shown huge support for the games over the years. The couple went public with their relationship when they made their first public appearance together at the 2017 games in Toronto, Canada.

Last week, it was confirmed Prince Harry will return to the UK to attend a charity awards ceremony on the eve of the first anniversary of his grandmother, the late Queen’s, death. Harry will celebrate the achievements and resilience of seriously ill youngsters and their families supported by WellChild at the event being staged in London on 7 September.

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