Kate Middleton made a kind gesture on her unforgettable trip to Kenya with Prince William, where he proposed to her.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured around Kenya on their 2010 vacation and stopped at a lodge near Lake Rutundu, where Prince William proposed using his late mother Princess Diana’s wedding ring.
The pair had spent the day fishing for rainbow trout but had come back to the lodge empty-handed, just to witness the beautiful scene.
The Duchess of Cambridge wrote a charming note to the workers before leaving the lodge, expressing how much the pair enjoyed their stay.
Kate, writing as Catherine Middleton, said in the post: “Thank you for a fantastic 24 hours!
“Unfortunately, no fish were found, but we had a good time trying. I adore the romantic atmosphere created by warm fireplaces and candlelight. I hope to return shortly.”
As he wrote, William also added a few sweet words: “October 20th and 21st, 2010. It’s great to be back!
“This time I brought more clothes! So well looked after. Thank you very much! Look forward to the next time, which I hope will be soon.”