Prince William claims royal staff refuses to let him use Twitter

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The break comes days after Prince William opened up about the worst present he's ever bought his wife.

The ongoing pandemic hasn't stopped the Cambridges from enjoying a family summer vacation! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have headed off on a delightful family trip with their three children- Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis- and the family couldn't have chosen a better destination. It was a location he frequented with his brother Prince Harry and their parents Princess Diana and Prince Charles when they were young boys. The family's vacation was revealed when they were spotted by tourists while out on a bike ride on the isle of Tesco on July 30. They warmly greeted the people he met along the road, laughed and enjoyed the good weather.

She further added, "I think Meghan has very much been the catalyst in giving him that confidence to break free from William and Kate and to break free from that trio dynamic, which was at times cosy and convenient, but actually wasn't really what he wanted". I did do a double-take.


During a recent interview for BBC'S The Peter Crouch Podcast, the prince spoke at length about his Twitter presence to the former soccer player. "They were really friendly and said hello", said a vacationer to Mirror UK.

Prince William said that he's thankful that he's got his wife Kate Middleton on his side, otherwise he doesn't know how he would be able to handle homeschooling his two children on his own. That was early on in the courtship that was.

"She was looking at me going, 'They're binoculars, what's going on?'" William recalled. "I was like, 'But these are really fantastic, look how far you can see!'" "Honestly, I have no idea why I bought her a pair of binoculars", the Prince chuckled.

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