Following her return to Berkshire in 1986, she was enrolled aged four at St Andrew's School, a private school near the village of Pangbourne in Berkshire.She boarded part-weekly at St Andrew's in her later years. She also worked until January 2011 at Party Pieces; her role within the family business included catalogue design and production, marketing and photography.) is the wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.Following his father Charles, Prince of Wales, William is second in line to succeed his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, as monarch of the United Kingdom and 15 other Commonwealth realms, making her a possible future queen.It was Middleton's second major royal outing since giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May, after visiting students at the Anna Freud Centre in London on Thursday.As usual, the lovebirds were the center of attention at the stadium, laughing and smiling throughout the match between England and Fiji. Here's a play-by-play of their adorable rugby date night: First, they lovingly gazed into each other's eyes.April 2011 - Present Kate Middleton married her prince on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey in front of 1,900 guests.
Kate Middleton and Prince William have pretty much always been this delightful.The duke and duchess have two children: Prince George (born 22 July 2013) and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge (born ), who are respectively third and fourth in line to the British throne.She is the eldest of three children born to Michael Middleton and his wife, Carole (née Goldsmith), a former flight dispatcher and flight attendant, respectively, who in 1987 founded Party Pieces, a mail order private company that sells party supplies and decorations with an estimated worth of £30 million.Media attention increased around the time of her 25th birthday in January 2007, prompting warnings from both the Prince of Wales and Prince William and from Middleton's lawyers, who threatened legal action.
Two newspaper groups, News International, which publishes The Times and The Sun; and the Guardian Media Group, publishers of The Guardian, decided to refrain from publishing paparazzi photographs of her.Throughout it all, royal fans have been absolutely intrigued by the story of how a sporty girl from the small village of Bucklebury captured the heart of the heir to the British throne.