The fun never stops


It’s been a busy week for the royal couple. From launching a new RNLI lifeboat to heading back to the place where the first set eyes on each other, St Andrew’s University – William and Kate seemed to enjoy their first official events since their engagement in November.

And why shouldn’t they? I am a firm believer that when it comes to spending time with your other half – when it’s right – you’ll enjoy most things as long as you are together.

I remember a number of years ago – summer of 2008 in fact when Rahim and I were in Canada for what seemed like 2 weeks of family engagements. No need to buy a hat (no major engagements of that kind), but I did have the pleasure of meeting and staying with his two sisters for the first time. Both lovely ladies who did nothing but make me feel extremely welcome.

That was the same summer when R met my dad for the first time. My girl friends who have known me since childhood had a fantastic time trying to convince him that he was like the dad in Guess Who. Lol – he isn’t… but they had much fun with that one.

Meeting the dad of your girlfriend can never be fun (no matter how great he is – it’s the anticipation that’s a killer!) – and the fun didn’t stop there. My mum’s high school reunion meant that we didn’t have to do a tour of the Caribbean and US to meet my aunties (my mums many good friends) – they were all there in one place. It seemed that Toronto was the place where we were beginning to truly get to know each others families.

At the high school reunion: Guyana in Toronto!

[For the record, ‘get to know’ includes the varying warnings R got from aunties… along the lines of “if you dare hurt our girl” etc etc]

I’m not sure whether the Middleton’s (be it parents or family friends) had that chat with William – but I would love to think that someone didn’t give a hoot that he’s a prince – and just wanted to lay down the law!

Either way – many years down the line – this couple seems to be having a fantastic time together, and hopefully when they go to Canada on their first official engagement as a married couple – they’ll have as great a time as we did.

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