British Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton managed to have a quiet date night in the town where they first met and fell in love in Scotland while on their royal tour in the nation.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a quiet moment on Tuesday at Forgan’s restaurant in St. Andrews, the university town which holds so much memories for the royals as the town where they discovered each other in the early 2000s and began dating.
“When word went around, a crowd gathered at the front, but as far as inside was concerned, it was quiet for them. People left them alone. There was no pomp and circumstance or fanfare,” one of the managers, Marc, told People magazine Wednesday.
“They were very nice and complimentary when they left. Hopefully we will see them again,” the manager added.
Marc wasn’t able to disclose what Kate and William took during their quiet moment at the contemporary restaurant with a Scottish twist, but said the eatery’s most popular dish is honey and whisky glazed short rib of beef, served with cabbage, carrot chili and apple slaw, which costs $24.
The manager also shared that the restaurant in recent time has seen enough A-list customers, like pro golfer Rory McIlroy who has also dined at the local hotspot while using the area’s famous golf courses.
Prince William and Kate Middleton began there Scotland royal tour earlier this week, after announcing the trip on May 19, the same day Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated their wedding anniversary.
Kate was in the news recently for wearing a close resemblance of an outfit her mother-in- law Prince Diana wore in the past. And that’s not the first time she has been inspired by Diana with her style as she regularly selects outfits, tiaras and jewelry that pay homage to lady Di.