Kate and William’s relationship not expected to last – but Duchess ‘survived intense’ test

Kate and William's relationship not expected to last – but Duchess 'survived intense' test

 

KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William’s love story was not expected to last by people within the Royal Household, a leading biographer has claimed.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met at St Andrews University in Scotland in 2001. Their romance blossomed two years later and matured throughout the following years, leading Kate and William to eventually tie the knot in April 2011.However, in the early period of their relationship, there was little expectation within the Royal Household that the Cambridges’ love story would turn into the lasting bond it is now after their four-year university degree, according to royal author Andrew Morton.

 

 

He told OK! magazine: “In the beginning, nobody in the Royal Household expected for a second that the university romance with Catherine and William would continue for any time after they graduated, like most college romances which disintegrate under the intense scrutiny of jobs and geography.”After he left college, William was doing all kinds of jobs, to get a sense of the Britain he will take over.

 

 

Kate and William's relationship not expected to last – but Duchess 'survived intense' test

“Catherine was left to go her own way, but she survived.”Kate jumped straight into working for her family’s business, Party Pieces, following her graduation.She was later hired as an accessories buyer at clothing chain Jigsaw.Meanwhile, Prince William undertook a series of work experience placements in the UK after earning his BA in Geography.In 2006, he was admitted to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, where he started his military career, which ended in 2013.

 

 

His last job before undertaking royal duties full time was with the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA), where he worked as a pilot.While the Household didn’t give much thought to Kate and William’s early months of romance, Mr Morton claimed the Queen has been treating their relationship in a very different way than the one between Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, after it became clear their bond would last.

 

 

Kate and William's relationship not expected to last – but Duchess 'survived intense' test

He said: “The thing about Kate is the Queen was impressed she adored and loved William for himself, not for his title.”She spends a lot more time supporting and nurturing the relationship between William and Catherine than she did with Charles and Diana.”It’s pretty clear she wasn’t going to make that mistake again.

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