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Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. Photo: Instagram/@kensingtonroyal

Valentine’s Day is only one day away. Towards that day, many couples start making plans to do with their loved ones. Starting from a romantic dinner, watching a movie, to exchanging special gifts.

Not only ordinary people, the British Royal family also has its own activities when Valentine’s Day arrives. Starting from Prince William, Prince Harry, to Princess Eugenie, they have their own way of celebrating Valentine’s Day.

So, how do members of the British Royal family celebrate Valentine’s Day? Check out the information as quoted from Insiders the following.

Prince William and Kate Middleton

Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. Photo: Instagram/@kensingtonroyal

As a potential successor to the throne of the British Empire, Prince William has a myriad of activities so he doesn’t have time to celebrate Valentine’s Day with his wife, Kate Middleton.

On Valentine’s Day 2019, for example, the father of three was busy visiting the Future Men charity. While her husband worked, Kate Middleton reportedly spent Valentine’s Day with her youngest son, Prince Louis, at Kensington Gardens.

His busyness as a member of the royal family is said to have made Prince William very rarely spend time with Kate Middleton. So, will Prince William and Kate Middleton plan a Valentine’s date this year? Let’s wait for the latest news tomorrow!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first appearance in the UK. Photo: doc. @hrhofsussex/ Instagram

Since marrying Meghan Markle, many people have imagined Prince Harry will spend Valentine’s Eve with dinner romantic. In fact, this couple prefers to show their love in a simple way.

This is evident from what Meghan Markle wrote in her personal lifestyle blog, The Tig. In the blog, Meghan briefly revealed the meaning of love and Valentine for her.

‚ÄúValentine’s Day is a very special day. When it comes to Valentine’s Day gifts, whether it’s breakfast in bed, a sweet love note or a flower, it’s really something to think about,” Meghan Markle wrote on Twitter. The Tig.

“If given a choice between finger to keyboard or pen to paper, I would always choose the latter,” he added.

Given the fact that the Duchess of Sussex loves to write, it’s possible that Meghan Markle often sends Prince Harry love letters on Valentine’s Day.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

Princess Eugenie’s Reception Dress Photo: Alex Bramall/REUTERS

Since marrying Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie has been more expressive on social media. In fact, he doesn’t hesitate to share photos selfie between herself and her husband, which is rarely found in British Royal culture.

On Valentine’s Day 2019, the two even shared wedding photos with caption simple but meaningful. The photo shows Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank kissing in a horse-drawn carriage. The photo was even more romantic when the sweet caption ‘Happy Valentine’s Day’.

Although the photo caption was very short, Princess Eugenie did not hesitate and was embarrassed to show her affection with Jack Brooksbank on her personal social media.

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