Kate Middleton ‘teased all the boys’ at racy party after William dumped her

Kate Middleton reportedly "teased all the boys" at a party she went to after Prince William got cold feet and called it quits with his university sweetheart.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge temporarily split in April 2007 as it became clear the Palace and the public expected a proposal soon.

William reportedly felt too young to settle down at 24, and called time on their romance, choosing to spend his nights at his favourite club Mahiki instead.

In the wake of the split, Kate attended a party to promote a film about a sex toy brand called Rabbit Fever shortly after the pair broke up, according to the Daily Mail.

She reportedly replaced "frumpy" clothes with a "slinky off-the shoulder top".

Kate is understood to have "put on a pair of pink, silk bunny ears too," and according to a guest, teased "all the boys" as she vowed to "live life to the max".

After the party, Kate attended another event at the barracks of Guy Pelly, a friend of William's, where the pair were celebrating the end of his military training.

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According to the report, the theme was "Freakin Naughty" and William wore hot pants and a policeman’s helmet, while Kate dressed as a nurse in fishnet tights and a short dress.

The room is said to have been decorated in blow-up dolls hanging from the ceiling with "sexy waitresses serving lethal cocktails".

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William and Kate stuck to the dance floor all night before staying at the barracks post-breakup.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge patched things up and got engaged 10 years ago in Kenya.

Discussing their breakup, William said: "We were both very young… we were both finding ourselves and being different characters.

"It was very much trying to find our own way and we were growing up, so it was just a bit of space and it worked out for the better."

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