Princess Diana's butler Paul Burrell, who served William and Harry's mother for 10 years, has claimed that the future King and his wife are just as in love behind closed doors as they appear to be in public.
He rejected the rumours about the couple, saying: "I don’t think he [William] has a wild temper, I’ve never experienced that wild temper although it wouldn’t surprise me if it occasionally peeped out."
The former royal aide went on saying that Kate Middleton and Prince William are a strong couple who "are trying to portray a very positive image," adding, "I think that is good for the royal family."
He continued: "The new Prince and Princess of Wales are very different from how Charles and Diana were throughout their troubled marriage." However, he did admit that he could guess Kate's husband in particular has a bit of a "temper."
He added, "I want to believe that they are as in love in private as they appear to be in public. Those little gestures are lovely to see from the public’s point of view because it reassures us something is good, something is being done right because Diana wouldn't have done that."