Perhaps something changed when the royal couple went to Dundee recently. Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, spent their tour in late October 2015, visiting young people with mental health issues and took part in a seminar, reported Daily Mail. Nevertheless, their romantic getaway to neighbouring town of St. Andrews must have rekindled their romance. After all, they fell in love whilst studying at the university there. 

A recent article now claims that the Duchess is determined to spend more time with her husband. According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Kate wants to have more romantic dates, and to this end, she has spoken about it to the Queen. 

Well, Queen Elizabeth II has agreed, and the royal couple will perhaps reignite the romance in their marriage with a trip to Mustique in 2016. 

The website quoted an insider who said, "[Kate and Wills] are determined to keep the romance alive and put their love first." Although the Queen has agreed to give them time alone, Britain's reigning monarch stipulated that Prince William can spend time with his wife after completing all his royal duties. 

This latest news, if true, could perhaps save the royal couple's marriage, which news reports claim, has been rocked by an alleged cheating scandal.

Furthermore, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge previously stated that they prefer the resort island of Mustique for babymoons. This would indeed be a welcome holiday for their kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. 

On Sunday, 8 November, the Duchess of Cambridge was joined by Queen Maxima of Netherlands to pay respects to veterans on Remembrance Day in London. Kate Middleton wore a sombre black Alexander McQueen jacket and looked on as the Queen laid a wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph. The event was attended by Prime Minister David Cameron and former leaders Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, reported Hello! Magazine.