The Prince and Princess of Wales have sent fans into a frenzy over their latest flirty appearance during a surprise podcast appearance.
Prince William, 41, and Kate Middleton, 41, appeared together on the latest episode of Mike Tindall’s podcast The Good, The Bad and The Rugby, which was released on Saturday.
And during the discussion, the heir to the throne sent his wife a quick wink as the pair joked with each other.
The fun exchange took place when Kate, 41, insisted she isn’t as competitive as everyone thinks, prompting her husband’s cheeky response.
And the flirty moment sent viewers wild.
“Look at our Prince of Wales winking at his lovely wife when she says she’s not *that* competitive,” said one royal aficionado, posting the clip to their Instagram fan account. @william_catherine82.
“We all know you’re both very competitive, William.” “She has a great sense of humor,” a second added. “It was such a great episode, so funny,” a third agreed, while someone also called the pair “so cute.”
Mike presents the rugby podcast alongside former rugby player James Haskell and TV presenter Alex Payne.
The description for this episode read: ‘The Rugby World Cup is underway so Tins managed to arrange a meeting for us with the patrons of the WRU, RFU and SRU at Windsor Castle.
‘Hask and Alex couldn’t believe their luck when they were invited to have tea with Tins’ mother-in-law and the Prince and Princess of Wales.’
During the discussion at Windsor Castle, the topic of competitiveness came up, with Kate and William being asked about the competition between them and one of the presenters revealing that Mike had compared them to Monica from the sitcom Friends, who is known for her insatiable desire to always be the best at everything.
He said: ‘I’m not going to lie… but Mike has discovered that you’re both super, super competitive, kind of like Monica from Friends, and when you play table tennis, it will go on for hours and hours., and say: double or stop.’
To which Kate replied: ‘I’m really not that competitive, I don’t know where this comes from.’
She then joked that she and William have never managed to finish a game of tennis, and giggled as she explained that “it’s going to be a mental challenge between the two of us.”
Mike then asked whether the couple’s three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, are showing signs of competitiveness.
Princess Anne intervened and said: “Just a little bit, I would suggest.”
Kate revealed: ‘What’s interesting is that they all obviously have very different temperaments. And as they grow and try different sports – they’re obviously still very young – it’s going to be interesting to see how that grows and develops.”