Kate Middleton partied in France for sister Pippa's secret hen while Prince William was 'dad dancing' on Swiss ski trip
Kate Middleton was partying at sister Pippa's secret hen bash while her husband Prince William was "dad dancing" at another ski resort on a lads trip.
It was initially reported that the Duchess of Cambridge was at home in Norfolk minding the couple's two children Prince George (three) and Princess Charlotte (one), but it turns out the style icon was hitting the slopes with her sister and a select group of friends.
She and William flew to France together on a private jet paid for by the Middleton family while the future King of England hopped off at Verbier, Switzerland, while she attended a bash in Meribel, France, celebrating Pippa's upcoming nuptials, according to The Sun.
"Pippa loves skiing so it was her first choice for a hen weekend. They stayed in a really exclusive catered chalet with maids and chef, who ensured that they were totally spoiled," an insider told the newspaper.
"It was a very small, private party and they had an amazing time."
Pippa will wed hedge fund manager James Matthews on May 6 with a low-key celebration at the Middleton family home in Berkshire.
At the time, William was pictured partying at Farinet nightclub in Switzerland and earlier in the day, he was pictured chatting with Australian model Sophie Taylor with a group of pals, including dining at the exclusive Mouton Noir restaurant.
It was reported that Kate was "less than pleased" with her husband's antics.
"It was William’s choice to go away, but make no mistake Kate wears the trousers in their marriage, and she won’t be happy with William’s antics. She thought his partying days and larking around with the boys was a thing of the past. I imagine she’ll find this humiliating and William will have come in for a pasting," a source told Vanity Fair.
Just days later, all appeared to be well between the two as they were pictured on a number of royal engagements for St Patrick's Day and later, for a two-day visit to Paris.