Kate Middleton and Prince William have been happily married for almost eight years, since their royal wedding at Westminster Abbey has been watched by millions around the world. The proud parents of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have a busy family life juggling their commitment to royal duties. In the recent past, both Kate and William have made more and more commitments as the Queen and Prince Philip have become older and older.
In 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge took the lead as Royal Patron and Honorary Air Commandet of the Air Cadet Organization after the Duke of Edinburgh left the position.
Kate proved she was dedicated to her royal duties and decided to spend Valentine's Day 2017 separate from her partner to meet air cadets in Cambridgeshire's RAF base.
During the visit, the Duchess gained privileged access to a tutor plane, where generations of RAF Air Cadets made their first flight experiences.
She wore a red blazer of £ 760 from Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini and black skinny jeans and confidently got on the plane instead of spending the romantic day with her husband.
It is not clear how they will spend the romantic holiday this year, but the couple showed the world how the royals make an appointment night when they beat the red carpet at the 2019 British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall.
Kate shimmered in a white Alexander McQueen dress with a shoulder and floral details.
More pressure for this Valentine's Day seems to be on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are celebrating their first couple.
Kensington Palace announced that Harry will be visiting the Arctic Circle on February 14 to meet Royal Marines, who learn to survive the extreme cold as part of Exercise Clockwork's winter training.
However, royal commentator Loni Love suggested that the Duchess of Sussex might still be surprised on the most romantic day of the year.
The Real Talk presenter said, "Kensington Palace has announced that Prince Harry hosted an event on February 14th to completely lead him out of the country.
"He is the captain of the Royal Marines for Britain.
"He'll have to leave on February 14th to drive 200 miles south of the Arctic Circle, and he has to supervise the training of the Royal Marines, the good thing is that it's only daytime."
Ms. Love suggested that Prince Harry decide to board a plane at the end of the training to spend Valentine's Day with Meghan.
She continued, "He could charter a flight back so he can be with her in the evening, and I think that's what he's going to do."