Prince William made headlines last month when he was filmed dancing with a model in an all-boys ski trip in Switzerland. However, a new report has claimed that Kate Middleton was also spotted at a party during that time.

While Prince William was partying in Switzerland, the Duchess of Cambridge had a blast at her sister Pippa Middleton’s bachelorette party, Daily Mail reported. Kate and her sister reportedly haf a good time with their friends in Meribel, France.

“Pippa loves skiing so it was her first choice for a hen weekend. They stayed in a really exclusive catered chalet with maids and chef, who ensured that they were totally spoilt,” one friend told The Sun. “The owners also wanted to impress their royal guests so the girls were showered with gifts.”

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According to the insider, the guests received Swatch watches, UGG slippers, leather-bound notebooks and bespoke fragrances. The source added that her girls shared a giggle when Kate revealed that her husband had been too drunk following his crazy night in Verbier that he had to be escorted down from the mountain.

Prince William was with his best pals Guy Pelly, Tom Van Straubenzee and James Meade during the all-boys trip. Meanwhile, aside Pippa, the names of their gal pals who attended the bachelorette party were not revealed.

On March 15, Prince William drew criticisms when photos and videos of him dancing and singing in a Swiss nightclub was published by The Sun. During the rave, he reportedly put his arms around the waist of a woman who is believed to be Australian model Sophie Taylor, 24. The video was taken by a tourist at the popular Farinet nightclub in Verbier. After the videos surfaced, Kate was reportedly not pleased with her husband’s wild night, Vanity Fair reported.

Prince William’s nightclub antics reportedly happened just hours before Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Prince Harry appeared at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day service. Despite the fact that the event is one of the most important dates on the royals’ calendar, Kate’s husband decided to skip it. However, Kensington Palace previously released a statement saying that attending the service was not part of the duke’s itinerary.