Kate Middleton and Prince William are apparently much more physically affectionate these days, as the arrival of their Royal baby draws nearer.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been making the most of their final months as a twosome, according to a cover story in a US magazine.
Royal photographer Mark Stewart is quoted as saying the pair are "Much more touchy-feely than they were", whilst author Judy Wade, who has apparently watched the couple for a decade, added: "They've always been close, but it is much more pronounced since she has become pregnant.
"There appears to be a new, deeper bond between them." Aww.
Prince William and Kate Middleton in Glasgow (WENN)
When the couple dropped by a sports centre in Glasgow earlier this month, Wills apparently beat Kate at a game of table tennis, but is quoted to have later told Lord Lieutenant Sadie Docherty that he had a cheeky advantage.
"The only reason I won today was because Catherine was pregnant," he allegedly said. "Otherwise she would have taken off her coat and beat me."
The pair later visited a Quarriers chelter, and CEO Paul Moore said they were "obviously in love".
"The eye [contact], their smiles to each other, were very genuine, very caring," he said. "You know when you're in a restaurant and see two people obviously in love? That's what they're like."
Well, it's great to know that the pregnancy hasn't put any strain on their relationship.