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Kate Middleton wiki

Updated on August 19, 2016

Catherine Elizabeth Kate Middleton AKA Kate Middleton was born on 9th January 1982 in Royal Berkshire Hospital, Berkshire, England and grew up in Chapel row, a village near to Newbury, Berkshire. She was christened at St. Andrew’s Bradfield on 20th June 1982. She was born to Michael and Carole Middleton. She is an elder daughter and has a younger sister Philippa Pippa and younger brother James. Middleton got enrolled in English language nursery school in Jordan as her mother was worked for British Airways. But later at the age of four, she went to a private school called St Andrew’s School. She did her bachelor’s degree from University of St Andrews majoring in art history in 2003.

Kate Middleton bio

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Kate Middleton career

Kate Middleton career began as a part time worker from the year 2006 in a fashion clothing retailer outlet Jigsaw as an accessory buyer and worked there until November 2007. From September 2006 to January 2011, she worked as a catalogue photographer in Party Pieces, a company that belongs to her mom and dad. While working there, in the beginning she was named as Waity Katie by the media for her lack of working desire and work ethic. But after her marriage, she became a Duchess of Royal British Legion Industries since April 2011.

Kate Middleton marriage ceremony

Before moving towards Kate Middleton marriage ceremony, let’s talk about her early relationship status with Prince William. The lovebirds got to know each other while studying at the University of St Andrews in 2001 and started dating since 2003 but their relationship remained unconfirmed but sadly in April 2007, they got separated. They decided to split up during their holiday in the Swiss resort of Zermatt. Later the couple was seen many times in public in various occasions and the media stated that they had rekindled their relationship. Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to give their relationship one more chance so they got engaged in October 2010 in Kenya during their 10 days trip to the Lewa Wildlife conservancy. On 29th April 2011, the couple married in Westminster Abbey in London, United Kingdom. The very day was declared as a public holiday in the United Kingdom. The ceremony was watched by millions of people around the world, including 72 million live streams on YouTube., 26.3 million viewers on television with a total of 36.7 million watching part of the coverage.

Kate Middleton husband

Kate Middleton husband Prince Williams was born on 21st June 1982 in London U.K. He is the elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales. He completed his 44 weeks of training as an officer cadet in December 2006, after his graduation from University of St Andrews. After two years he got qualified as a pilot from the Royal Air Force College Cranwell in April 2008. In early 2009, he got the helicopter flying training at the RAF Search and Rescue Force. Later he left the British armed Forces in September 2013. After he got married with Middleton, she gave birth to their first baby boy on 22nd July 2013 in St. Mary’s Hospital in London and named him George Alexander Louis and their second baby was a girl who was born on 4th May 2015 and named her Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. After their birth, Prince Williams has proved himself as a wonderful and responsible father.

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