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Kate and William dubbed 'Prince and Princess of Cocktails' after drink challenge
Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a video of themselves facing off in a cocktail making challenge.The Prince and Princess of Wales posted a 12-second clip on their Twitter account on Thursday (October 6) after they paid a visit to Trademarket, a newly-opened street food market in Belfast, during their one-day trip to Northern Ireland.Within 12 hours, the video had been viewed almost 390,000 times and attracted 15,000 likes, with the royal duo asking their 2.7million followers: "Who did it better?"READ MORE: Royal Family 'hugely nervous' about release of Prince Harry's 'time bomb' memoirMost argued a smiling Kate, who looked the more confident as she used the shaker and poured her pink drink into a glass, although a longer video of the "competition", that also emerged on the social media platform, appeared to show William finishing making his cocktail the quickest.Both showed they were good sports at the end of the clip, however, when they toasted each other's efforts by clinking glasses and having a sip of their drinks through straws.The ingredients for their cocktails were reported to be gin, fruit tea cordial, sherry, a Japanese plum-liqueur called umeshu and lime and passionfruit "bobas", which are described as tapioca starch "pearls" that are found in Taiwanese bubble tea.In answer to William and Kate's question, one fan said: "I’m going with Catherine but a very close call."To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Another, in reference to the couple's recent title changes following the death of William's grandmother the Queen, quipped: "@KensingtonRoyal change (again) the name of this account with The Prince and Princess of COCKTAILS.
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New Kate Middleton photos spell 'disaster' for King Charles, royal expert claims
Kate Middleton could spell disaster for King Charles, a royal expert has claimed.The Princess of Wales and her husband, William, travelled to the Queen's Norfolk estate of Sandringham on Thursday (September 15) to thank the public for their condolences, and were met by huge crowds offering flowers at the remote palace.Images show the future King and Queen smiling and talking to royal fans, who had journeyed from across the country to catch a glimpse of the Waleses - and the pics could mean trouble for the new King Charles.READ MORE: Queue tracker live: Exact location and wait times for Queen's lying-in-state lineThe late Queen's eldest son has been on the throne for just over a week, ever since Her Majesty tragically died last Thursday (September 8).And although reception of the new King and Queen Consort Camilla has so far seemed positive, the King has already had a number of small but embarrassing public blunders - mostly involving fountain pens.Royal expert Daniela Elser said the King was already floundering just a week into the job, and that these photos showing the British public's famous love for Will and Kate could give him pause for thought.Writing for news.com.au, she said: "Charles clearly needed a bit of a break, a chance to soak in the tub with some Molton Brown bubble bath and to re-read the Magna Carta to double-check it still limits royal authority."It’s only one week into the job he has waited more than 50 years to do and he has already managed to have not one but two tanties caught on video."She added: "If ever there was a moment that should make Charles choke on his afternoon fruitcake, it’s this."Charles’ time to shine might have arrived, but if these new images of William and Kate are anything to go