Prince William, who is second in line to the British throne, hasn't signed a prenuptuial agreement.

After his extravagant wedding on Friday (April 29 2011) at London's Westminster Abbey, further details have emerged about Prince William's commitment to his now-wife, Catherine Middleton. The Duke of Cambridge has apparently refused to sign a prenuptial agreement, as advised by friends.

Whilst advised that a legal agreement would be a good idea by royal colleagues, one of his close friends has revealed to The Telegraph that 'he loves Kate and trusts her implicitly, and was adamant that no agreement was necessary.' Furthermore, after Prince William'S engagement was announced last November PATRICK JEPHSON, a former private secretary to Princess Diana, urged the couple to sign a prenuptial agreement due to it being practical and important that their future would be considered. However now, a St James's Palace spokesman has confirmed: 'There is no prenuptial agreement in place for this wedding.'

The newlyweds have recently revealed that they have delayed their honeymoon. They are currently enjoying a short weekend break at an undisclosed UK location due to Prince William returning to work on Tuesday (May 3 2011). It was recently reported that over 26 million people watched the Royal Wedding in the UK last Friday.