Kate Middleton

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Kate Middleton

Catherine was formally introduced to the life públical on February 24, 2011.

In June 2007, despite rumors of reconciliation, William and Kate were saying they were just "good friends." In July of that year the concert was held in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, which she attended with her family . The event was held at Wembley Stadium. In the following days, he saw the couple in public on numerous occasions, and May 17, 2008, his relationship with the British royal family is more consolidated, after attending the wedding of William's cousin.

Cambridge Catherine was born at Royal Berkshire Hospital in the city of Reading, on January 9th 1982. His family is of English origin but with a distant Scottish and French descent. She grew up in the village of Bucklebury, Berkshire, and she went to school St. Andrew's School, which is located in Pangbourne. Years later entered the Marlborough College and later attended the University of Saint Andrews, where she studied art history and met Prince William.

Prince William and Kate became engaged in October 2010 in Kenya, .They got married on 29 April 2011 in Westminster Abbey and it was a national holiday in the UK. From the wedding day both reside at the official home of the Dukes of Cambridge in London, Kensington Palace.


December 3, 2012 was publicly announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are waiting for their first child.The July 22, 2013, he entered St. Mary's Hospital in London where she gave birth to Prince George of Cambridge at 16:24 h, who will occupy the third place in the line of succession to the throne of England.

The possibility that Catalina could be romantically linked to Prince William attracted attention in the UK and around the world, so it was constantly photographed by paparazzi. According to the press, the couple decided to end the relationship for a while.


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