Prince William appeared to tell Kate to "chop chop" in a video filmed at a royal wedding in Jordan.
Kate was chatting with the bride as William urged her to hurry up, the Mail Online reports.
The couple's attendance at the ceremony was only announced a couple of hours before it began.
The Prince of Wales was filmed telling his wife Kate Middleton to hurry up as she spoke to the bride at a royal wedding in Jordan on Thursday.
Prince William and Kate were among a handful of international royals to attend the wedding of Crown Prince Al Hussein of Jordan and Princess Rajwa at Zahran Palace in Amman.
William and Kate were among the royals to congratulate the newlyweds after their nuptials. A video published by the Mail Online shows them exchanging a few words with the bride and groom, but when William starts to move away to allow other guests to speak with them, Kate continues her conversation with the bride.
"Chop chop," William appears to say in the clip, according to the Mail Online.
William and Kate's attendance was a surprise as it was only confirmed by Jordanian state media hours before the ceremony began, according to The Independent.
Kate wore a long-sleeved, blush-pink gown by Elie Saab, Vogue reports, and she styled her hair in loose curls. She made an outfit change for the reception, opting for a long-sleeved, sparkly Jenny Packham dress paired with Greville Chandelier earrings that belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth II and the Lover's Knot tiara famously worn by the late Princess Diana, Page Six reports. Meanwhile, William paired a navy suit with a light-blue tie.
Kensington Palace did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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