“Can I have a kiss?” : Prince William caught cold during a visit

“Can I have a kiss?” : Prince William caught cold during a visit
“Can I have a kiss?” : Prince William caught cold during a visit

She will have at least tried her luck, although Prince William is far from being a heart to take. Prince William was visiting Cornwall on May 9, 2024. The Prince of Wales took part in a volleyball match there where he appeared to dominate his opponents.

Prince William, Duke of Cornwall, began the match with teenagers. “His serving prowess proved too much, with the opponent repeatedly sending the ball into the net while attempting to return it“, indicates the Daily Mail.

Prince William rejects woman who asked him for a kiss in public

Kate Middleton’s husband, 41, suggested he might be tempted to go surfing as he chatted to teenagers. “What’s it like outside? It seems that there is enough to make some waves“. As with most of his visits and public outings, Prince William is always very accessible.

The Prince of Wales spoke briefly with a little boy who was part of the seaside crowd. At one point, among the audience, a woman can be seen and heard shouting at him, “I can have a kissWilliam?“. The father of three gently pushed the woman away while laughing.

Prince William faces homelessness in Cornwall

For Prince William, this is the first time he has visited land in Cornwall which he wishes will change the homeless situation UK. The future King of England also took over the domain of the Duchy of Cornwall after his father acceded to the throne and he, in turn, became Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall.

Prince William, working with the charity St Petrocs, is building his very first housing project to help tackle the homeless problem in Nansledan. The father of George, Charlotte and Louis, through the organization and with land provided by the Duchy of Cornwall, will provide 24 homes and overall support for homeless people in the area.

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