Kate Middleton and Prince William hit the arcades made famous by hit comedy Gavin & Stacey

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Kate Middleton and Prince William had the time of their lives when they visited the famous arcade that appears in the hit comedy Gavin & Stacey.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles as they played on the machines in Island Leisure amusement in Barry Island, South Wales.

In the TV show, that stars James Corden and Ruth Jones, the arcade is called 'Nessa's Slots'.

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Kate, 38, looked stunning dressed in a floral £1,635 designer dress by Emelia Wickstead, while Prince William, also 38, looked dapper in navy trousers, a light blue shirt and light grey jacket.

But even though Prince William is said to be friends with James Corden he admitted that he'd never seen the BBC show.

The father-of-three made the confession to Marco Zeraschi whose family has owned Marco's Cafe since 1958, which also features on the BBC hit comedy.

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He said: "It's one of the few boxsets I haven't already watched. I've never actually watched it. But I know how much it has done for the economy here and it's a wonderful series."

The owners of the arcade Hilary and Andrew Phillips reopened the attractions for the first time since lockdown and their grandchildren Erin Phillips, five, Hollie Case, five, and seven-year-old Jamie Case showed the royals how to play the games.

Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Meghan Markle gifted Kate with a Smythson notebook when the pair first met in January 2017.

According to the new bombshell royal biography Finding Freedom, which details Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back from the royal family, the Duchess off Sussex surprised Kate with the special gift

Authors Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie revealed in the book that Kate “loved” the gift from Meghan and was later spotted stepping out with a monogrammed Symthson book in September 2019.

They also note that Meghan “cooed” over a then-20-month-old Princess Charlotte during their first meeting.

They wrote: “Meghan bought a present for the Duchess, who had celebrated her birthday just a day earlier.

“The soft leather Smythson notebook helped to break the ice, as did Meghan's cooing over then 20-month-old Charlotte.”

The Duchess of Cambridge was later seen carrying her speech notes in a Smythson folder as she attended the Back to Nature Festival at RHS Wisley in Surrey in September last year – she was also wearing the same dress as she wore to Barry Island.

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