Prince William addresses ski trip controversy in a candid chat alongside wife Kate Middleton

Ruchinka Upadhyaya
Prince William and Kate Middleton

Prince William has opened up about his controversial trip to the Swiss ski resort of Verbier in March. William alongside his wife Kate Middleton surprised everyone by stepping into the BBC Radio 1 studio for a candid chat with DJ Adele Roberts on Friday, 21 April.

When asked if he ever wants to bust a move while watching a concert, the 34-year-old said, "I've gotten into enough trouble with my dancing recently, so it's kind of best to keep away from that." A footage of the Duke Of Cambridge, dancing with his friends and two women at the Farinet nightclub in Switzerland had gone viral, and he faced much backlash for his behaviour.

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Replying to which concert the couple caught last, William said, "We saw Coldplay at Wembley. That was amazing." They also revealed their favourite TV shows include Homeland and Game of Thrones. "We're both actually quite keen on box sets. We're a bit box setty," William added.

When asked about watching children programs with their 3-year-old son George, William spoke like a pro-parent. He said, "You have to pretend you're really interested in it, because George gets very upset if you're not showing due diligence to the characters."

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Middleton revealed that their favourite take out is "Curry, definitely." The Duchess of Cambridge also dished on why brother-in-law Harry calls her "Kath" in interviews. The 35-year-old said: "I'm not sure (laughs). I'm not that familiar with it, I have to say, but I'll answer to most things."

William was also asked who will win in a fight between him or Harry and the Duke candidly replied, "Me, because I'm bigger."

Recently, brothers William and Harry have revealed that they did not share their feelings with one another following the death of their mother, Princess Diana. In a video to promote the Heads Together campaign, the official charity of the London Marathon, Harry said, "We've never really talked about losing a mum at such a young age. I always thought, what's the point of bringing up something that's only going to make you sad? It ain't going to change it. It ain't going to bring her back.

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