Watch Out Kate Middleton: Prince William Spotted With Ex-flame Jecca Craig In A Trip To Spain, Leaving Behind the Duchess And Prince George
By jaskiran kaur | February 13, 2014 11:21 PM EST
Recent reports noted Prince William has taken an adventure trip with his friends leaving behind Kate Middleton and Prince George. The bunch of Prince William's friends accompanying him in his getaway adventure included his younger brother Prince Harry and his ex-flame, Jecca Craig.
Page Six reported Duke of Cambridge Prince William and Jecca Craig were spotted together with some of their friends while traveling in Spain as they hunting wild boars. Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge has taken Prince George to his first vacation to the island of Mustique in the Caribbean.
While the Prince was on an adventure trip, Kate Middleton was accompanied by her family. The Middletons were on a trip to Mustique to celebrate the 59th birthday of Carole Middleton, Kate's mother. Prince William's absence during Prince George's first vacation has aroused speculations from various media outlets and royal experts.
Apparently, the Duke of Cambridge decided to catch up with his friends and reunite with his ex-girlfriend.
According to the Us Weekly report, Craig and Prince William were spotted arriving at Seville airport on Feb. 6. Although, they were accompanied by a bunch of friends, the former couple was having a good time while laughing and joking together.
Prince William wore a royal blue sweater and teamed it up with a pair of jeans and sneakers. Craig adorned an outfit perfect for an adventure trip wearing a pair of jeans and green jacket.
E!Online revealed that Prince William could not join Kate during the holiday because he is currently enrolled at the University of Cambridge for a 10-week agricultural management program.
He took a break from his studies and decided to have some fun with friends and his ex-girlfriend which may not be too pleasing for Kate and the royal experts. The two princes of England's royal family were being criticized for the hunting trip.
"One day prior to giving a public plea on behalf of animal welfare, Prince William is to be found in Spain (with Prince Harry) shooting and killing as many deer and boar as they possibly can!" read a statement issued by UK Rocker Morrisey as quoted by Page Six.
Prince William made a public plea to put an end to illegal trading of endangered wildlife species a day before he set out for his adventurous trip. This filmed plea was to be shown at an Illegal Wildlife conference in London.
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