Royal watchers are already on the prowl for a royal Valentine's Day celebration. And since Prince William is expecting a grand V-Day present, several reports speculated that he might take wife Kate Middleton to a special ride to celebrate this year's most romantic day.

The Duke of Cambridge will be getting a much-needed new helicopter next month. According to Red Book magazine, Prince William, who's an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot in Cambridge, will receive an updated H145 chopper to aid him and his fellow rescue workers in transporting patients to hospitals from life-threatening emergencies even faster.

While the chopper is technically not a present from Duchess Kate, royal watchers are eager to find out if the 33-year-old Duke will surprise his 34-year-old wife for a romantic sky tour on Valentine's Day, the day in which the lifesaving gift will start flying out of the EAAA's Norwich base, Pop Sugar UK noted.

The news about Prince William's new helicopter came after the Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official tour in India and Bhutan this spring. Even though the royal couple won't be able to bring their children on the trip, William and Kate will be able to meet Bhutan's royals.

Prince William and Duchess Kate will also be joined by Prince Harry, who's reportedly set to visit Nepal.

"The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry are very much looking forward to their official tours this spring where they will follow in the footsteps of previous generations of their family," Kensington Palace wrote on Instagram.

Meanwhile, there seemed to be a brewing conflict between Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker-Bowles. Celeb Dirty Laundry claimed that Duchess Kate had pissed off the Duchess of Cornwall after she tried to comfort Prince Charles.

The celebrity gossip site further claimed that Kate comforted her father-in-law after Duchess Camilla demanded a $175 million divorce settlement and calling their marriage a "sham." Prince Charles was rumored to be in an "emotional mess" and begged his wife not to leave.

Moreover, royal insiders reportedly revealed that a shocking "booze-fueled" showdown had also transpired between the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. And the couple's marital problems were apparently ignited when reports circulated that Queen Elizabeth II preferred Prince William to be the next king of England.

In other news, Queen Elizabeth is reportedly quite upset after Duchess Kate planned some play dates with Prince George's commoner friends from his nursery school at Anmer Hall and Kensington Palace.

While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are thrilled with the play dates, the British royal matriarch is reportedly unhappy with the couple's idea. However, the royal couple insisted that they wanted to let the young prince grow up in a normal environment as much as possible.