Inside the ‘naughty night’ Kate and Wills made up, with a policeman’s helmet, a nurse’s uniform & fishnet tights

KATE Middleton and Prince William made up during a "naughty night" where they were both dressed up in uniform costumes, it has been revealed.

The Duke of Cambridge split from his university sweetheart after four years in April 2007, thought to have got cold feet over the mounting pressure to propose and his parents' bitter divorce.

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But the pair were back in touch by June of that year, marking a "pivotal point" in Wills' life, the Mail reports.

They were both invited to a party hosted by Wills' jockey friend Sam Waley-Cohen – where "they spent hours locked in deep conversation, William trying to persuade her to give him another chance."

Days later, Kate joined her beau at a party at his barracks to celebrate the end of his military training, with "her mind made up".

The Mail added: "The theme was ‘Freakin’ Naughty’ and William wore hot pants and a policeman’s helmet, while Kate dressed as a naughty nurse in fishnet tights and a short dress.

"Tastelessly, there were blow-up dolls hanging from the ceiling and sexy waitresses serving lethal cocktails.

"Outside was a bouncy castle and plunge pool, but William and Kate stuck to the dancefloor, and that night, she stayed at his barracks."

William later said of their break-up: "We were both very young… we were both finding ourselves and being different characters.

"It was very much trying to find our own way and we were growing up, so it was just a bit of space and it worked out for the better."

On July 7, some 63,000 people attended a tribute concert at Wembley Stadium to mark the 10th anniversary of Princess Diana's death on what would have been her 46th birthday.

Although Kate was there, the pair tried to keep the reunion under wraps. Wills sat with his brother Prince Harry, his then-girlfriend Chelsey Davy and best friend Thomas van Straubenzee.

Two rows back, Kate sat with her brother James Middleton.

She was also a guest at Camilla Parker Bowles' 60th birthday celebrations at Highgrove in July and the pair flew to The Seychelles for a luxury holiday in September, booked under the names 'Martin and Rosemary Middleton'.

The Mail added: "It was during this trip that they made an agreement. They would definitely get married, but for the next few years they would work and enjoy the rest of their 20s.

"Kate had been insistent she would not reignite their relationship without such a formal understanding."

By March 2008, a ski trip to Klosters, Switzerland, with William's dad Prince Charles confirmed the pair were very much back together.

The pair announced their engagement in November 2010 and married just months later in April 2011 – going on to have kids George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, together.

Last night, Kate joked about needing advice to handle George, Charlotte and Louis’ temper tantrums.

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