Prince William makes relatable comment to wife Kate Middleton

Royals...they're just like us!
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Footage from the royal wedding of Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein, 28, and his architect bride, Rajwa Alseif, 29, has revealed a cheeky comment Prince William made to his wife Catherine Middleton. 

Royal watchers were shocked to see the couple at the wedding, as their visit was not previously announced. 

WATCH NOW: Williams’ cheeky comment to Kate caught on camera. Article continues after video. 

But given the exclusive invite list was comprised of other foreign royals and dignitaries, it comes as no huge shock that the newly minted Prince and Princess of Wales made the trip from the United Kingdom for the history-making occasion. 

In the footage that surfaced online shortly after the nuptials, a candid moment is shown between William and Kate, proving that royals, well, they are just like us!

The Wales’ were a vision at the royal wedding. (Credit: Royal Hashemtite Court/Youtube)

In the footage, the Wales’ are seen giving their heartfelt congratulations to the loved-up newlyweds, with a very long line of other wedding guests queuing up behind them for the same reason.  

As Kate continues to chat with the bride, William, clearly sensing that his wife was holding up other guests is then seen telling his chatterbox wife to “chop, chop” before adding “Let’s keep going.”

Simultaneously, William is seen gesturing to Kate with the “wrap up” motion as she continued to speak with the bride. 

“Hurry it up,” William said to his wife of 12 years. (Credit: Royal Hashemite Court/Youtube)

William and Kate weren’t the only members of the British royal family in attendance, with Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edo Mapelli Mozzi also making the trip across the pond to Jordan. 

Australia’s own Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark were also there to share their well wishes. 

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Members of the royal families of Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, and Japan also were seen at the event. 

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