Prince William and Kate Middleton's Paris tour puts divorce rumors off

Prince William was seen dancing at a nightclub in Verbier.

Well, the internet was erupting on Prince William's leaked video from his lads-only ski holiday in France. The royal scion skipped his Commonwealth Day service for this trip but much to his embarrassment, a series of video emerged online.

In the video, the father-of-two was seen doing 'dad dancing' at a nightclub in Verbier. To add more, he was seen boozing and hugging Aussie model Sophie Taylor. The Sun quoted a source as saying, "If I were Kate I wouldn't be very pleased to see my husband living it up with two stunning girls."

Meanwhile, after this controversial incident that was clearly against the royal protocol, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are back with their royal duties. The couple met survivors of the 2015 Paris extremist attacks at the Bataclan concert hall. Interestingly, this is William's first official visit to Paris ever since his mother Diana died in a car crash in the city in 1997.

The royal couple also visited the Invalides monument and appreciated the courage of two victims who fought against the criminals. Channel24 reported: "One victim, identified only by her first name, Jessica, was wounded by seven bullets in one of the attacks, on a bar. She told the British royals that she wants to show the attackers that they cannot win."

The report further added: "The couple also played a bit of rugby with children and met pupils from the British School of Paris. William rebuffed a pupil's question about what he thought of Britain's Brexit vote to leave the 28-nation European Union, saying he could not answer. British royals are not supposed to engage in politics."

Though the dancing videos have given rise to many speculations on their divorce and trouble in marital life, the body language of the couple seems relaxed, leaving rumor mongers confused. The couple is often under the scanner for evading the royal duties, it is reported that Kate and Prince William combined working days was still less than that of Queen Elizabeth.