Prince William tells heartwarming story of his attempt to go incognito on a train during a visit to Wales

By Becca Longmire.

Prince William’s plans to go incognito don’t always work out.

The Prince of Wales spoke to members of the congregation at St Thomas’ Church in Swansea, Wales on Tuesday, joking about trying to be ‘low-key’ as he visits previously by train.

He spoke of meeting a woman in Anglesey, where he lived for three years between 2010 and 2013 while working as an RAF search and rescue pilot, who served him tea on the train.

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William recalls: « She said, ‘I served you your tea several times when you were in service at Holyhead.’ I used to sit in the corner with my baseball cap trying to be inconspicuous. She would tap me on the shoulder and say, ‘Like a cup of tea, sir?’ »

He added that it was « very nice » in the video shared by the Daily mail.

William made the comments as he and Kate Middleton made their first official visit to Wales with their new titles of Prince and Princess of Wales.

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The couple held a series of engagements where they met people in the community and visited local charities.

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