William and Kate share intimate moment in Buckingham Palace
The royal couple have been helping to entertain the President of the Republic of Korea and the First Lady during the first day of their state visit to the UK.
This afternoon, they were joined by King Charles and Queen Camilla, the Duchess of Edinburgh and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester to show Yoon Suk Yeol and Kim Keon Hee an exhibition of Korean items from The Royal Collection.
William placed his hand on the small of Kate's back, she turned to look at her husband, and smiled before returning the gesture and placing her hand on his back.
The footage has already spread across social media, with royal fans delighted that the moment was caught on video, as many users have already rushed to comment.
One person gushed: "Aww how adorable! Those two love each other so much."
Another said: "This is just the sweetest video ever!"
A third wrote: "I love them. So genuine. Nothing posed for cameras just a dedicated loving couple."
Another added: "Their body language says: 'Thanks for being here, I couldn't do this without you'".
Princess Kate and William then travelled with Mr Yoon and the First Lady to Horse Guards Parade to receive a full ceremonial welcome from King Charles and Queen Camilla, with military pomp and pageantry on display.
The president and the King proceeded to inspect the troops together, before the two royal couples and their guests then travelled down The Mall via royal carraige to Buckingham Palace where they had a private lunch.
Yoon Suk Yeol and his wife Kim Keon Hee are staying in the UK for three days as part of the state visit, which marks the first since King Charles’s coronation in May.
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