After watching the Diana concert from the Royal Box, Kate danced the night away with William at the after-party. Kate was spotted cosying up with William over a cocktail at the Diana concert after-party and later hit the dance floor. The couple - who split up in April after four years together and sat three rows apart throughout the Wembley concert - made the most of each other's company away from prying eyes at the after party. A friend said that they went wild when the Bodyrockers' hit 'I Like The Way You Move' came on. It used to be their song. Kate was dancing so sexily in front of Wills that chemistry was just oozing off them. Before stunning pals with their sexy moves the pair had shared an intimate moment at a candlelit table where they held hands whilst Prince William whispered to his former girlfriend. It follows the news that the William and Kate spent the night together at Clarence House on the eve of the Diana concert. On the eve of the show, Kate left her flat in Chelsea at 9pm and arrived at Clarence House around midnight. Her Audi car, which she had left at a Mayfair hotel car park, was collected by an aide and driven into Clarence House, waved through by police on guard at 1.45am. Kate did not return to her London home until 4am.
At Cheltenham, William and Kate's outfits were decidedly middle-aged. Her snug jacket and long skirt could have come straight from Camilla's wardrobe. William looked like a younger version of his 58-year-old father, who would would have found that olive jacket, tie, brown trousers and blue v-necked jumper just the thing for pottering around at Highgrove. And the couple had the glums, certainly William looked troubled and Kate was not her usual enthusiastic self.
William's girlfriend was radiant in an £800 knee-length silver dress, thought to be made by New York designer BCBG Max Aria. She and the prince were celebrating at a friend's party at the London nightclub, Mahiki. William left first, shortly after 1am yesterday and Kate emerged less than half an hour later.
Ten officers were called in to escort William and Kate as they left Boujis nightclub in the early hours. Concerned about photographers gathered outside, the prince's personal protection officer called for reinforcements as the couple decided to go home at 3am.
William and Kate were joined by Harry and a group of their friends for a night of seasonal jollity at the Embassy nightclub in the West End before going off for Christmas. The gang enjoyed rather more than one drink, according to onlookers. Kate the perfect Royal girlfriend, Kate the potential bride-in-the-making who has been so warmly welcomed into the Royal family, Kate the girl who never puts a foot wrong. Well, Kate managed to get herself pictured getting into the car as she went home at 2.30am while exposing quite significant amounts of fishnet-clad legs.
Although the Middletons did not sit next to the Royals, the ceremony marked the first time their daughter has been William's guest at a high-profile event attended by the Queen. Every other guest was seated as Kate took up her place in the front row accompanied by William's best friend, Thomas van Straubenzee, and two of his godfathers, King Constantine of Greece and Lord Romsey.
Kate Middleton made her first official appearance alongside the Royal Family when she joined the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles at William's passing out parade at Sandhurst. In a scarlet coat and black hat which matched the colours of William's uniform, Kate arrived with her parents, Michael and Carole, and the prince's private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, just moments before the Windsor party.
Kate and William left Mayfair nightspot Mahiki at 2am after an evening with Tom Parker Bowles and his wife Sara Buys. Kate prompted outrage from animal lovers by wearing what seemed to be a real fur scarf. In March, Kate wore what appeared to be a mink hat at the Cheltenham Gold Cup.