The reason for the royal rows? What should be a lighthearted game of Scramble often turns ugly since the two have extremely competitive streaks, according to a new documentary.
Olympic boxer Anthony Ogogo spoke with Kate about their tense game nights. "She said when they play Scrabble they don’t usually finish a game because somebody got in a mood and slammed it shut," he reveals in Our Queen, a two-hour speical that airs in the UK on March 17.
According to an article on the Mailonline.com, the film follows the royal family during the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and it provides viewers an unprecedented peek behind palace walls.
This is the first time that Queen Elizabeth II has allowed filmakers to produce a feature documentary in over 20 years.
As OKMagazine.com reported, William and Kate recently got bad news while on vacation in Switzerland. The Queen, who turns 87 on April 21, was hospitalized "as a precautionary measure" after she suffered symptoms of gastroenteritis, or an inflammation of the lining of the stomach and intestines.
While the Queen is better, no word on whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's game-night attitudes have improved!
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