Against this embarrassing background, Kate and William may be seen as the young generation of Windsor keeping the royal family’s image. After the aforementioned interview was broadcast, they appeared in public several times. To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, they recorded a special video highlighting their country’s friendship with Ireland, and William began his speech in Gaelic. A day later, they visited an ambulance station in east London to meet paramedics fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
When William Kate met
Kate Middleton was on the verge of becoming Duchess of Cambridge. The couple met in 2001 in the art history department of St Andrews University, the oldest university in Scotland. Their friendship blossomed quickly, but William did not see Kate as partner material. Everything changed for a charity fashion show, where the girl appeared in a flirty and gorgeous outfit. It was this show that was supposed to soften the prince’s heart.
Another turning point came after several years of relationship. The reason, according to gossip press, was pressure from William’s future in-laws. The Middleton family had to push for an engagement and wedding. Meanwhile, William didn’t feel ready to play the husband, let alone the father. “We broke up for some time because we were so young. Our personalities took shape and matured. The prince explained in an interview when the couple (and in fact he himself) decided to separate.
Dedicated to serving in the RAF, Kate, at the instigation of Peppa’s younger sister, threw herself into the whirlwind of the party: her grief sank in alcohol, and the paparazzi photographed her in gauntly outfits. It should be noted, however, that she herself was a secret, not rushing to the press with any news that could overshadow William or the royal family.
Three years after their separation, on November 16, 2010, the royal court officially announced that the couple had engaged. Lady Diana Spencer’s ring was flashing on Kate’s finger.
Six months later, 2,000 visitors gathered at Westminster Abbey heard the sacred “yes”. There was a “scandal”, but would this wedding be good for the newspapers without it?
Well, classified information about who designed Kate’s wedding dress has been discovered by The Sunday Times. “This (dress secret was revealed – opening note) caused crying in the palace because Kate did everything in her power to keep the look of the wedding dress a secret,” said Katie Nicole, a specialist in royal wedding dress secrets. Tennis Court.
Creator Alexander McQueen was styled like the dress Grace Kelly wore on her wedding day. The distinctive element was the lace in the pattern of daffodils, roses and clover, symbolizing the United Kingdom.