Prince William and Kate Middleton Enjoy Hollywood


The Royal couple, Prince William and Katherine Middleton enjoyed their tour of America together, reports British actor and insider Mark Woolley.

After an exciting Southern California tour that took them from the serene landscape of Santa Barbara for a charity polo match- where bleacher seats went for four hundred dollars and patron charity seats sold for four thousand dollars- to the garbage and crack filled streets of L.A.’s infamous skid row, otherwise known as tent city, Prince William and Catherine ended their North American romp, along with a stop in The Hollywood Hills visiting the closest thing America has to royality – movie stars.

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British Shakespeare stage actor Mark Woolley, who now works on screen in film in Hollywood, worked for equivalent of the CIA in Britian doing work that he reports is still classified. Of the royals however, he states, “They are both charming and easygoing.”

Of the Prince, Mark Wooley states, “He seems determined to do more than just be a symbol. He supports many of the same causes as his late mother, which is commendable.” Of Katherine Middleton, Mark Woolley reveals that she is “An intelligent and caring young woman who is handling her new role with poise and grace.” Mark states that “This first tour is part of the process of introducing them to the world as real people not just some kind of fairy-tale couple.”

Mark continues, “What could be more appropriate than visiting a country where the royals are so popular?”

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When asked if he thinks the royal couple will last, unlike some of the other recent royals, Mark Woolley tells us, “They were a couple for several years prior to the wedding. This should stand them in good stead for their future together.” Prince William and Kate Middleton flew off together Sunday – just in time to beat those dreaded closures on L.A.’s freeways next weekend- Talk about some royal planning!

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