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Kate Middleton is known for being the Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge. She is most famous for getting married to Prince William in 2011 at Westminster Abbey.



Kate Middleton was born as Catherine Elizabeth Middleton on January 9, 1982, in Reading, Berkshire, England, to airline workers, Michael and Carole Middleton. She has a more youthful sister, Philippa ("Pippa"), and younger sibling, James.

Kate originated from a determinedly working-class family of coal diggers and builders on her mom's side. Her maternal grandma, Dorothy Goldsmith, pushed her children to aim high with their goals and, thus, Kate's mom turned into an airline hostess.

It was on this flight at British Airways that Carole met Michael Middleton, a dispatcher, whose well off family hails from Leeds and which has connections to British gentry. The couple married before long.

Personal Life


In 2001, Middleton enrolled at the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland. She moved into St. Salvator's Hall, which also held Prince William of Wales. Middleton and Prince William shared a few classes in their course plan too, and before long progressed toward becoming good companions

While they frequently shared breakfast and strolled to classes together, the two were not keen on one another at first. Middleton was dating senior Rupert Finch, and William was occupied with managing the press and battling with his emotions about his new school.

In 2002, Middleton appeared in a fashion style show pledge drive wearing a noteworthy dress. William was additionally present at the philanthropy occasion, and moved toward becoming fascinated and inspired by Kate in a romantic manner. He planned to win her heart that night however, still in an association with Finch, Middleton spurned the royal advances.

A few years later, William got his girl. On November 16, 2010, Middleton and Prince William declared their engagement. The ruler proposed during a get-away to Kenya, and he presented Kate with the wedding band worn by his mom, Princess Diana. The couple at that point declared their plans to live in North Wales, where Prince William was positioned with the Royal Air Force, after their marriage.

On April 29, 2011, the couple married at Westminster Abbey in London. Kate wore a dress designed by Sarah Burton. In the blink of an eye before the wedding, Queen Elizabeth awarded Kate with the title of Catherine, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate had officially entered the Royal Family.

Date modified: Aug 9, 2020
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