Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a rare moment of PDA at Princess Eugenie’s wedding and fans couldn’t be happier

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During Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding on Friday, Kate Middleton placed her hand on Prince William’s thigh, and the duke rested his hand on top of hers.
There’s no official protocol that forbids royal couples from holding hands in public.
But there is a royal precedent, set by Queen Elizabeth II, that discourages PDA, especially during official engagements.
While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle frequently engage in PDA, William and Middleton rarely do the same.
William, who is second in line for the throne, may be held to stricter standards than royals who will likely never become the monarch.

During Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton melted people’s hearts with a brief public display of affection.

Friday morning, eagle-eyed royal fans spotted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sharing a tender moment while sitting in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. At one point of the nuptials ceremony, Middleton placed her hand on her husband’s thigh, at which point the duke then rested his hand on top of hers — as seen in the post below by fan account, Kate Middleton Style.

William and Kate in a rare PDA 😂 #RoyalWedding #KATEMIDDLETON pic.twitter.com/AyInVXNpAW

— Kate Middleton Style (@KateMiddStyle) October 12, 2018

On Twitter, people could not get enough of the sweet gesture.

very ,very in love and so beautiful they are perfect Lovely couple

— Isabel C.Martins (@cadimamartins) October 12, 2018

In love i love this couple😍😍😍😍

— Isabel C.Martins (@cadimamartins) October 12, 2018

Sweeeeetttttt!!!

— Uranta Bridget (@UrantaBridget) October 12, 2018

How sweet! During Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton engaged in some royal PDA as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were caught holding hands during the ceremony!https://t.co/4pgkCBALqH

— Luca Forzin (@Luca_Forzin) October 12, 2018

As royal etiquette expert Myka Meier previously told INSIDER, there’s no official protocol that forbids royal couples from holding hands or showing affection in public. According to Meier, the founder of Beaumont Etiquette, it all comes down to each couple’s “personal preference.”

“It’s entirely up to each couple to do what they feel most comfortable,” Meier said.

However, since Queen …read more

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