Nothing screams "reunion" like hunting wild boars. Prince William and former flame Jessica "Jecca" Craig reunited during a hunting trip in Spain taken last weekend with a group of pals, while wife Kate Middleton and son Prince George stayed home in London, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
Craig and the Duke of Cambridge were photographed on Thursday, Feb. 6, joking and chatting animatedly together along with a bunch of pals -- including Prince Harry -- arriving at the Seville airport. William, wearing a royal blue sweater, jeans and sneakers, led the pack of hunters with Craig, who looked casual in jeans, chucks and a green utility jacket. The troupe then took a helicopter to the countryside property of the Duke of Westminster to "shoot wild boar and stag," the insider tells Us.
The African heiress and William were linked during his years at Eton, when the two were teens, and remained good friends in the years following. Craig even attended the royal wedding back in 2011 with boyfriend Captain Philip Kaye.
While William and his pals bonded over the recent excursion, the hunting trip has enraged animal rights advocates. British rocker Morrissey wrote an extended letter slamming both Princes on Sunday: "One day prior to giving a public plea on behalf of animal welfare, Prince William is to be found in Spain (with Prince Harry) shooting and killing as many dear and boar as they possibly can!" the former frontman of The Smiths said in a statement.