Prince and Princess of Wales release stunning loved-up portrait

Prince and Princess of Wales release stunning loved-up portrait

Anything Harry and Meghan can do… Prince and Princess of Wales release stunning loved-up black and white portrait from behind the scenes at Earthshot prize

  • Prince William and his wife posed in loved-up black and white photos together 
  • The royal couple shared sweet snaps from their recent trip to Boston
  • It comes amid a tense wait for Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary 
  • READ MORE: Fury at Sussexes’ Netflix claim of ‘war on Meghan’

The Prince and Princess of Wales looked loved up as ever in heart-warming behind-the-scenes Instagram snaps at this year’s Earthshot awards ceremony in Boston. 

The royal couple appeared to channel Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – who recently shared a slew of intimate photos in the explosive trailer ahead of their documentary later this week – in theatrical black and white shots.

Kate, 40, was effortlessly elegant in a creamy white dress which exposed her shoulders, chestnut tresses cascading down her back.

The mother-of-three was snapped walking along in the figure hugging ensemble, which featured a slit along the back. 

The Prince and Princess of Wales looked loved up as ever in heart-warming behind-the-scenes Instagram snaps at this year’s Earthshot awards ceremony in Boston

She accessorised with a glamorous choker and chic earrings, smiling up at her husband in the candid photo. 

William, 40, looked dapper in a sophisticated black suit and matching bowtie.

Another intimate shot showed Kate clapping for her husband as he spoke at the podium. 

Sharing the carousel to their royal Instagram account, the couple wrote: ‘Celebrating brilliant solutions and the inspiring people behind them!’

Kate Middleton, 40, was effortlessly elegant in a creamy white dress which exposed her shoulders, chestnut tresses cascading down her back

The Earthshot Prize and long been a passion project of Prince William’s, who launched it in 2020 to come up with solutions to climate change.  

The ceremony marked the end of a whirlwind tour in Boston, where the couple made an impressive impact on the US media. 

The Boston Herald said the future Queen ‘dazzled’ at the award ceremony, while People Magazine stated that she stunned the crowds in her glamourous outfit, stealing the spotlight with the ensemble. The New York Post went on to describe the ceremony as a ‘home run’ for the future King and Queen. 

However, the couple have not been warmly greeted everywhere they’ve visited on their three-day trip, with the pair being booed by a few onlookers while they sat courtside to watch the Boston Celtics basketball team take on Miami Heat earlier this week. 

Another intimate shot showed Kate proudly clapping for her husband as he spoke at the podium

A New York Times article also added fuel to the flames after documenting Bostonians’ reactions to the royal couple’s visit, concluding that it was, at best, indifferent. 

The piece quoted one woman saying that she ‘[didn’t] care’ about the royal visit, while another said there was ‘no chatter’ about the visit in local bars and clubs as to be expected. 

Another man was quoted as saying: ‘I said to my wife this morning, I put my pants on the same way he does – why is he so special?’ while others were documented as complaining about the potential traffic jams the visit would cause. 

One said: ‘This is America, and I think that’s an important part of who we are, that we don’t deify people.’ 

William, 40, looked dapper in a sophisticated black suit and matching bowtie during the ceremony

Despite the reception, Kate was seen looking relaxed as she made a solo walkabout at Harvard University after speaking to experts at The Centre on the Developing Child. 

She was heard saying that the people of Boston had been ‘so friendly’ to her and her husband on their short trip, telling well-wishers she was ‘so appreciative’ of people coming to greet her. 

Certainly, William and Kate needed the trip to go off without a hitch. While much pressure was already being placed on the gala, that weight increased tenfold in the wake of the controversies that have overshadowed the couple’s US tour. 

Before the couple had even touched down in the US, a furious race row had erupted in the UK after the Prince’s own godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, was accused of making racist comments to black domestic abuse campaigner Ngozi Fulani at a Buckingham Palace event.

The ceremony marked the end of a whirlwind tour in Boston, where the couple (pictured at Boston City Hall) made an impressive impact on the US media

Then on, the first full day of their tour, Harry and Meghan dropped a trailer for the bombshell Netflix documentary, which hinted at fresh attacks on the Monarchy – and was described by insiders as a ‘declaration of war’ on the Waleses and the royal family. 

The teaser dispelled any hopes that the Sussexes are willing to work towards a ceasefire in their acrimonious battle with the Royal Family. 

The California-dwelling couple will have to look to the future after the release of their explosive Netflix docuseries this week, and the Duke of Sussex‘s memoir release in January, a royal author has claimed. 

Valentine Low, who penned Courtiers: The Inside Story of the Palace Power Struggles, told Lorraine Kelly he thinks the Montecito-based Duke and Duchess of Sussex ‘can’t carry on being that couple complaining about the past’.

The royal correspondent also added that the Prince of Wales’ camp is ‘tired’ of Harry and Meghan’s media campaign, and there is ‘absolutely no chance’ of a reconciliation between the two brothers and their wives. 

Despite this, reports claim that senior family members plan ‘business as usual approach’ amid turmoil over Harry and Meghan documentary.

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