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Try to remain calm here, but Prince William and Kate Middleton's body language in Ireland is literally the most affection fans have seen from them in actual years. It's very much G-rated... but still. The royals rarely touch. Even during their wedding kiss (see below), they gave each other a chaste peck with their torsos pretty much as far apart as humanly possible. So, imagine my surprise and delight when these two lovebirds strolled through a gorgeous field on the March 4 stop on their Ireland tour with their arms wrapped around each other? Conservatively, let me tell you: This was a! Big! Deal!
While there isn't any sort of rule against PDA among the British royal family, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have reportedly set a precedent that the majority of their children and grandchildren have chosen to follow. "The Queen rarely holds hands with her husband in public and this seems to have set an unwritten precedent for the other royals," body language expert Robin Kermode explained to the Daily Mail in 2017. While Harry and Meghan chose to stray from the precedent, William and Kate have notoriously followed suit by keeping a respectable physical distance from each other most of the time.
I mean, this is incredibly sweet and romantic, but fairly tame, as far as wedding kisses go.