HOLLYWOOD ROYALTY Prince William downs shot of whisky with Hollywood star & Wrexham owner Rob McElhenney – after update on Kate’s recovery

 Prince William drank whiskey with Hollywood star Rob McElhenney just hours after the palace gave an update on Kate's recovery.

The 41-year-old heir was all smiles while pouring a pint at The Turf pub in Wrexham - which is known for drawing in big names.

William laughed and said: "Still got a terrible head on him, but there you go. That's why I don't work behind the bar."

The Prince then hit back with McElhaney, who co-owns Wrexham AFC with Ryan Reynolds.

William was spotted yesterday for the first time since visiting London's Western Marble Arch Synagogue this week - before he and Kate shared a message.

He was all smiles as he chatted to locals at a popular Welsh pub today.

Hollywood star Reynolds often goes there to drink and Will Ferrell has also enjoyed a drink there.

A-lister Paul Rudd was also spotted having drinks with the locals last year.

William went to the pub next to Wrexham AFC to hear about the successes in the local community.

They heard what impact clubs and pubs have had on the area.

The prince then posed for photos with fans on the street and was seen chatting to a little girl who gave him a daffodil.

He was also given a personalized Wrexham shirt bearing his name

William then visited the nearby All Saints School to attend St David's Day celebrations and give a talk about Welsh history and culture.

He praised four-year-old Esme Dale, who was wearing a daffodil dress to celebrate the day, before giving her a loving pat on the head.

Wills then posed for a photo with the adorable youngsters, who were wearing yellow flowers.

The Prince also visited the Gresford mining disaster memorial recognizing those who lost their lives 90 years ago.

The future king's visit comes just hours after the palace provided the latest update on Princess Kate's health.

There has been wild speculation this week about the mother-of-three's progress following planned stomach surgery in January.

Prince William was forced to pull out just 30 minutes before the engagement on Tuesday, leaving the public fearful for Kate's health.

Today was William's second appearance since the palace said he would return to public engagements after stepping away from the Thanksgiving gathering.

The palace initially declined to elaborate on the reason for his absence, but described it as a "personal matter" and urged people not to be "panic".

But it led the palace to dismiss “wild conspiracy theories” that had spiraled out of control and reiterated that they were clear Kate would remain “out until after Easter”.

A royal spokesperson has set out a deadline for the Princess of Wales' return in a bid to stop crazy theories.

A royal spokesperson said: “Kensington Palace made clear the timeline of the Princess's recovery in January and we will only provide important updates.

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