Prince William may be king, but that doesn’t mean he never made a romantic flaw.
The Duke of Cambridge (38) shared some interesting information about the days of his early acquaintance with his wife, 38-year-old Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, following the recent BBC show “Peter Peter Crouch”.
His hosts Peter Crouch, Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce began discussing the worst gifts they gave to their partners, and one shared that he once donated a tree – which prompted William to ask, “Can you beat a worse gift? ?
“I probably can,”; the prince replied. “I once got binoculars for my wife. She never let me forget that.”
“It was an early trial, it was,” William smiled. “I’m telling you what I think it closed the deal. She then fell for me.”
“I think I was convinced of that,” he continued. “I was like,‘ It’s really amazing! See how much you can see! “And she started watching me go, ‘They’re binoculars. What’s going on?’ … Not very successful.”
He added: “Honestly, I have no idea why I bought her binoculars.”
Speaking on a more serious remark, William also discussed the importance of remaining mental.
“We all have mental health and we all need to stay mentally fit,” he explained. “Talking about your mental health is a strong force. It’s not a weakness. You know, if you don’t feel good, someone’s bothering you, talk about it – it’s not a problem.”
William often speaks openly about his mental health. He recently shared that he is still struggling with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
In the BBC One documentary Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health, he said: it’s a very different stage in life and there’s nothing to help you. “