Oh Em Gee, are these two the cutest.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to Wales today for a series of engagement to help promote mental wellness.
It's a cause the couple has championed all over the UK, encouraging others to erase the stigma of mental illness.
During a visit to Towers Residential Outdoor Education Center, William and Catherine got kitted up for a bit of abseiling.
William was first to go down the nearly 40-foot wall, while Catherine was in charge of giving him slack.
Aware that the future monarch's well-being was in the hands of his wife, a guide joked to Catherine, "is the insurance good?"
Everyone had a laugh, and Catherine asked her prince, "William, how much do you love me?" as she continued to guide him safely to the ground.
"I'm quite enjoying this actually, for once I'm in control," Catherine quipped, according to a Press Association report.
The Cambridges are slightly competitive with one another (they've admitted that Scrabble games end up a big fight). Catherine told others there that if William was going to try anything at the center, then so would she.
"Catherine said, 'not that we are competitive but if he does that I'm going to have to do that', and she did," national chairman of Mountain Rescue England and Wales, Mike France told the paper.
Earlier in the day, William and Catherine were greeted by huge crowds in Caernarfon, Wales, as well as some massive bubbles.
"I'm particularly impressed with the giant bubbles," William told officials who awaited his and Catherine's arrival. "George would be absolutely obsessed by that.
"I will have to get one of those for Christmas."
Wales faces a high suicide rate, so the attention being paid to mental wellness is key in helping improve lives.
H/T to Twitter user Lauren Brown for the ahmayZING video.
The Duchess of Cambridge is given the honour of lowering her husband down much to her delight pic.twitter.com/PYfLNROK9Q— lauren brown (@lauren_brown25) November 20, 2015