Prince William has been stationed in the Falkland Islands for over a month now. And you know the saying: what happens in the Falkland Island stays in the Falkland Islands. So I'm sure Kate Middleton is worried about what sort of hijinks are going on.
The Duchess of Cambridge, which Americans will never get used to calling her, hit up Leicester to kick of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee, but she admitted that she is missing William.
When asked about how she was getting on without her husband, Kate said: "He's fine. I'm missing him terribly."
The reporter that asked the question added: "[Kate] was really smiley. Really happy."
So I guess it wasn't that terrible.
When asked how she was doing without her husband, Kate replied: "I'm being well looked after."
Middleton was joined at the ceremony with The Queen and Prince Phillip, and she looked chic, as usual, wearing a teal L.K. Bennett suit and James Lock hat.
Meanwhile, Middleton is gearing up for her first public speech. She's set to visit the Treehouse Hospice. According to STV.com, Middleton is a patron for the charity, and she chose the hospice as the place to give her first speech, because she's very passionate about the work done there. While she's there, she'll also plant a tree.
The Queen is reportedly offering Middleton guidance to help her get adjusted to her new life as a royal. The date for Kate's speech is March 19, and she'll head to the grounds to speak to the people and will then plant a tree in a ceremony.