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'I'd love to come and study': Kate Middleton says she wants to enroll at prestigious university

Upon arrival at Harvard University, Kate was asked to sign the official guestbook, before joining a meeting with scholars

The Princess of Wales has hinted she is ready to go back to school, admitting she would ‘love’ to enroll in college courses at Harvard University, as she visited the prestigious school today Ivy League.

Kate, 40, visited Harvard on her first – and only – solo engagement as part of the Prince and Princess of Wales’ three-day whirlwind trip to Boston. And, it seems, the college whirlwind tour had a huge impact on the mother of three.

As she sat down for a meeting with researchers from the middle school’s Center for the Developing Child, the princess confessed she was in love with the school, saying: ‘It’s so exciting to be here. I would like to come to study but I don’t know what to choose, because there are so many specialized courses available.

Kate, who graduated from the University of St Andrews in Scotland in 2005, noted that it’s ‘never too late’ to go back to school, adding: ‘Apparently they say it’s never too late. late, there is always time.

Upon arrival at Harvard University, Kate was asked to sign the official guestbook, before joining a meeting with scholars

Upon arrival at Harvard University, Kate was invited to sign the official guestbook, before joining a meeting with researchers “about advances in science that can be harnessed to secure a bright future for every child”.

The royal looked delighted to add her name to the guestbook – which she did using a Harvard pen

The royal looked delighted to add her name to the guestbook – which she did using a Harvard pen

Kate had a notebook and pen ready for her meeting, which a spokesperson said was part of her ongoing work to elevate the importance of the early years to lifelong outcomes.

Kate had a notebook and pen ready for her meeting, which a spokesperson said was part of her ongoing work to elevate the importance of the early years to lifelong outcomes.

Kate had a notebook and pen ready for her meeting, which a spokesperson said was part of her ongoing work to elevate the importance of the early years to lifelong outcomes.

‘It’s great to be here. So grateful for this partnership. I can’t wait to know more. I have a lot to know.

Kate arrived at her meeting armed with a notepad and pen, ready to take notes during the session, which saw her discuss “advances in science that can be harnessed to secure a bright future for every child”.

Kate spent half an hour with the experts and at the end smiled and said, “I need all day.”

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Before heading to the meeting, the Princess of Wales signed the guestbook and echoed that of her father-in-law King Charles’ visit to Harvard in 1986 – 36 years after the King signed his name.

For the past few years, the mum-of-three has focused on early childhood development and looking for ways to give children the best possible life.

Last year she launched the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood to “raise awareness of why the first five years of life are so important to our future outcomes in life, and what we can do as a society to seize this golden opportunity to create a happier, mentally healthier and nurturing society.

The Harvard Center and the Royal Foundation have teamed up to support each other and highlight the importance of childhood development research in recent years.

Following Kate’s visit, Jack Shonkoff, director of the Harvard Center’s Center on the Developing Child, said: ‘I was very inspired by how seriously she wants to take an early years curriculum.

“It was remarkably relaxed and informative. It was a beautiful hour that we spent with her.

“I see her very driven to make an impact in the world. She’s personally a low-key person, there was no sense of ego in the room.

The Princess of Wales beamed during her visit to Harvard University and even teased that she was ready to get into the books as she claimed she wanted to 'study' at the school

The Princess of Wales beamed during her visit to Harvard University and even teased that she was ready to get into the books as she claimed she wanted to ‘study’ at the school

Kate was seen laughing and joking as she added her name to the guestbook

Kate was seen laughing and joking as she added her name to the guestbook

Kate was seen laughing and joking as she added her name to the guestbook

She chose not to use her royal title in the book, but simply sign it

She chose not to use her royal title in the book, but simply sign it ‘Catherine’, before adding today’s date

“You really feel like she understands the power of her platform and has a desire to do good and make a difference.”

The visit may have marked the next chapter in the princesses’ upbringing, but it was also a trip down memory lane as it apparently reminded Kate of her own college days – where she and William began the story. of love.

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Before becoming the Prince and Princess of Wales, the royal couple started out as friends while studying at the University of St. Andrews and sparks flew from the first time they saw each other.

The same Harvard University guest book was signed by King Charles III in 1986

The same Harvard University guest book was signed by King Charles III in 1986

“When I first met Kate I knew she had something very special and then I knew there might be something I wanted to explore there, but we ended up being friends for a while,” Prince William said during the famous 2010 engagement interview with ITV News’ Tom Bradby.

Kate recalled: “I went bright red and sort of scuttled myself, feeling very shy about meeting him.”

The couple grew close as friends while living in the same residential hall, St. Salvator’s – known as the Sallies and began spending every day together – from swimming together in the college pool to becoming the each other’s running mates to confide in each other, their friendship began to blossom into something more and it didn’t go unnoticed by their peers.

Her classmates joked, “I bet you’ll be wearing a tiara soon.”

In early 2002, Kate caught William’s eye when she strutted around in a see-through sheer dress with visible black underwear underneath at a college charity fashion show, prompting the prince of Wales to exclaim: “Wow, Kate is hot!”

Unsurprisingly, the fashion show took place the same night their relationship turned from friendship to romance and the two were even reportedly seen kissing later that night.

Over the next three years in college, their relationship grew deeper and deeper.

Kate Middleton at a charity fashion show in St Andrews in 2002

It was in 2002 that Kate allegedly caught William's attention when she slipped into a see-through sheer dress with visible black underwear on the runway at a college charity fashion show, prompting Wills' much-quoted comment,

It was in 2002 that Kate allegedly caught William’s attention when she slipped into a see-through sheer dress with visible black underwear on the runway at a college charity fashion show, prompting Wills’ much-quoted comment, “Wow, Kate is hot!”

Kate Middleton at her graduation in 2005, when her relationship with Prince William was made public.  He proposed five years later

Kate Middleton at her graduation in 2005, when her relationship with Prince William was made public. He proposed five years later

A friend of theirs, Michael Choong, who played rugby with William and is now a property developer in Scotland, recalls: “They never showed affection in public. Kate was good for him.

“She was very loyal and didn’t gossip. William was naturally gregarious – he always had a round of beers in the pub – but Kate was less so and hated having her picture taken.

The couple tried to keep their relationship private, but the world soon knew Diana’s boy was in love.

While skiing in the Swiss resort of Klosters with his father, he accepted a photocall on the understanding that the photographers would leave him alone for the rest of the trip.

Once the photocall was over, Kate joined him at the ski lift and with the click of a camera, the photographers revealed their romance to the world.

After their relationship became more serious, William began to show discomfort with being tied up at such a young age, and the couple decided to spend the summer separating.

But by the end of the summer, they were back together. The lovebirds graduated from college in 2005 and five years later William proposed to Kate while on vacation in Kenya.

They announced their engagement in November 2010 and married the following April.

After 11 years of marriage and three children, Prince George, born in 2013, Princess Charlotte, born in 2015, and Prince Louis, born in 2018, the royal couple are still in love and their love story is still there. one for the age.

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