It seems like Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton try to spend time together despite their hectic schedules. And if you are wondering what they are planning to do this Valentine's Day, then their itinerary could inspire you to do something special for your beloved as well.
According to an Observer article, the Duke of Cambridge will receive a helicopter just in time for V-Day. The helicopter will be used to transport patients to hospitals sooner and will help bolster the Prince's work for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. The article went on to claim that Prince William just might take his wife for a ride as part of Valentine's Day celebrations.
The article stated, "While it's not coming from his wife, it's more than likely they'll take to the skies together to celebrate."
The royal couple is also spending time together by engaging themselves in gardening. According to reports, the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte hired a cottage garden expert to assist her in planting fruits and vegetables in the garden of their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
HELLO! Magazine quoted a source close to the Duchess of Cambridge as saying, "He's helping her become more self-sufficient. She loves cooking stuff she's grown."
Other duties of the garden expert include taking care of swings and climbing frames for son and daughter, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
To be sure, the Duchess of Cambridge, 34, and Prince William, 33, have immersed themselves into their kids' lives and are even arranging play dates for their son. A Belfast Telegraph article stated that the royal couple doesn't want their son to feel isolated. "There would be security checks on parents coming into their home and personal 'family areas' of the estate would be out of bounds, but there are plenty of communal areas where George's friends can visit," a source said.
Prince George, 2, is enrolled in Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk.