Watch out, Kate! Supermodel Bar Refaeli thinks Prince William is "the best looking prince in the world"
Bar Refaeli seems to have fallen for Prince William's charms as she can't helping gushing about how absolutely dreamy he is
Prince William was introduced to supermodel Bar Refaeli at a party that was hosted in the private residence of British ambassador Mark Regev. The model who previously dated Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio seemed to become an instant fan of Duke of Cambridge on meeting him. Bar chose to wear a stunning red dress to the event and seemed to take a keen interest in William.
Talking to Daily Star, Bar revealed what she really thought about him. “He is very, very charming," she said. “I think both he and his brother are good looking – but he is the best looking prince in the world.” Bar dated Leonardo for five years but the pair called it quits in 2011. At the event, Prince William was accompanied by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara.
William, who is currently on a tour of the Middle East, made history as he became the first Royal to visit Israel for an official engagement. This comes after Prince William recently celebrated his 36th birthday. However, he spent his birthday speaking about the Defense and National Rehabilitation Centre. William paid tribute to the fundraising for the Centre and addressed the crowd that consisted of great personalities like Prince of Bahrain, the Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir Nicholas Carter and historian Dan Sno, as reported by The Telegraph.
Addressing the crowd Prince William said, "I have seen the growth of an idea transfer into what we see today - and it is a rare and immensely satisfying thing to have witnessed." He also shed light on some of the memories he shared with his son, Prince George and recalled getting hands-on with some of the construction and demolishing a building. "George was at an age at the time that he loved seeing the digger in action, so it did my street cred as a father the world of good," he said.
At the same time, he also spoke about how the facility will prove to be good for people who have been struggling. "At every stage, I have been inspired by people who have triumphed in adversity after some very serious wounding," he said. He also spoke about the ongoing work to bring civilian NHS treatment work on-site. "The opportunity to extend to civilians what has been done on the defense side of the rehabilitation estate is central to what Gerald Westminster set out to achieve - he told me that he viewed it as the 'big prize," he said.
He added, "I should, along with many others here today, very much like to see that opportunity come to pass. To that end, it is heartening that the latest ambassador for the DNRC is a civilian, Billy Monger, who as many of you will know has returned to motor racing after a very serious accident."