Where did Kate Middleton study

The British warmly welcomed the beloved of Prince William. She was born into the family of a flight attendant and a pilot. Later, the parents went into business. After the birth of their daughter, they decided by all means to give her an excellent education.

Her first educational institution was St. Andrews School in Berkshire. By the way, it was in this educational institution that Kate met her future husband for the first time.Then she was only 9 years old. William took part in the hockey mast held at the girl's school.

After school, Katherine Middleton continued her studies at Marlborough College. With ease she was given biology, chemistry and art. She passed her exams brilliantly.She devoted time after school to sports - the girl liked hockey, athletics, rock climbing and tennis.

After completing college, Kate decided not to go straight to university. She traveled to Florence to study art history and linguistics through the British Institute program. During this year, the girl took part in the Raleigh International Program volunteer program in Chile.

In 2001, Kate Middleton attended the University of St Andrews in Scotland, where she also studied art history and subsequently received her BA. But in one study, her interests did not end there - the girl played in the hockey team and participated in charity projects. Prince William drew attention to the charming student.

The wedding of the lovers took place in April 2011. Prior to this event, Kate and William had been dating for a long time. Now the Duchess devotes her free time to art with the same enthusiasm as in her youth - she has headed the National Portrait Gallery in London since 2012. Kate pays a lot of attention to issues of childhood and motherhood. She regularly takes part in social projects, while managing to find a balance in everything, combining social activities with caring for three children.

2022-01-14 07:22:44
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