William and Kate's secret travel aliases revealed

By admin
16 May 2014

Britain's Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine flew home from Australia under the alias Mr and Mrs Jones - despite booking out the entire first-class cabin and checking 90 items of luggage.

Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine flew home from Australia under the aliases Mr and Mrs Jones. The royal couple - who have 10-month-old son Prince George together - took on assumed names at Sydney airport last month, but were easily recognisable as they had hired out the entire first-class cabin of their Qantas jet, and checked 90 items of luggage. A source told The Sun newspaper: "It was funny that they used such common British names. Even Prince George was Baby Jones. But it did seem a bit daft as everyone knew it was them."

'It was funny that they used such common British names. Even Prince George was Baby Jones.'

The pair had so much baggage largely thanks to the number of souvenirs they received during their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand. It isn't the first time the couple - who married in April 2011 - have taken on aliases in public.

In 2009, Catherine, who was known as Kate Middleton before her marriage, booked a surprise break in Fowey, Cornwall, South West England, for William's 27th birthday using the names Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

William's father Prince Charles and his wife Duchess Camilla have been known to refer to themselves as Fred and Gladys.

-Bang Showbiz

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