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His father, his uncle Edward, and his great-grandfather King George VI had all attended Cambridge, but the four-year history-of-art course at St.
Andrews, which is considered one of the best in the United Kingdom, appealed to the prince, who was keen to postpone royal engagements for as long as possible. Salvator’s Hall, his home for the next year, on the crisp morning of September 23, 2001.
The glamorous undergraduates who spent thousands on new wardrobes and drinking in St.
Andrews’s fashionable bars hoping to happen upon the prince were disappointed.
I enjoyed Art, because at my old school they didn’t do Art as well. In 2016, Charlie was nominated for - and awarded - a prestigious grant from Sports Aid, to help with the cost of his equipment and training.They were part of a group known as the Sally’s boys, which also included Ali Coutts-Wood, Graham Booth, Charlie Nelson, and Oli Baker, who would later share a house with William and Kate.If William had a scheduling conflict, Kate would take notes for him, and at the end of the day they would catch up over a drink in the common room, where the floor-to-ceiling Georgian windows looked onto the tidy gardens.During his first semester, William started dating an English-language and creative-writing student, Carley Massy-Birch.
Often William was invited to supper at Carley’s home, where he would step over her muddy Hunter Wellington boots in the hallway. William was in the year below, and we just happened to meet through the general St. It’s such a small place that it was impossible not to bump into William, and after a while there was nothing weird about seeing him around.When Year 13 athlete Ida competed for GB and came 19th at the 16-19 World Triathlon Championships in Rotterdam last summer, it was only her third ever triathlon event.Ida, who is studying Sport and PE as one of her A Level subjects, trains six days a week, including swimming twice a week and cycling once a week with Thames Valley Triathletes, and running almost every day.Other evenings they would enjoy pints of cider at the Castle pub, on North Street, and play board games or enjoy dinner parties with their friends. Andrews, so we tended to go to pubs and bars, and there was always a good dinner party going on,” recalled Carley.