Prince William’s Prompt Signals End of Conversation for Princess Kate During Outing

…By Adetayo Ajala for TDPel Media. Prince William instructed Princess Kate to wrap up her conversation using a two-word prompt during one of their recent outings.


The royal couple, Prince William and Princess Kate, attended a wedding in Jordan, where Crown Prince Al Hussein and Saudi Arabian architect Rajwa Al Saif tied the knot on June 1.

The Prince and Princess of Wales attended a royal wedding in Jordan Reuters

After the ceremony, as guests lined up to congratulate the newlyweds, Kate engaged in a conversation with the Crown Prince while William spoke to Princess Rajwa.

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Once William concluded his discussion, Kate followed suit and proceeded to exchange hugs and kisses with Rajwa.

While Kate was still engrossed in conversation, William, standing to the side, intervened and softly uttered the words “chop chop” to signal her to end the conversation.

In a video published by the Daily Mail, William also gestured to Kate, indicating her to continue moving and used circular hand motions, seemingly urging her to bring the conversation to a close.

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Prince William and Princess Kate wedded in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey and are parents to three children, namely Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.


During a recent royal engagement, Kate shared a personal insight into her journey of becoming part of the Royal Family.

Speaking at a school in Bristol, she revealed that she had never anticipated becoming a member of the monarchy.

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When asked if she had always aspired to be a royal, the Princess of Wales responded that it was something she had not expected but ultimately “fell in love” with Prince William.


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