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Monday, 25 April 2011
The Royal Wedding ประวัติเจ้าชายวิลเลียมและเคท (วัยเด็ก) William & Kate Biography in Comparison I
ประวัติเจ้าชายวิลเลียมและเคท วัยเด็ก Willam & Kate Biography in Comparison I
Born -- 1982 they were born in the same year. Kate was born ahead 153 days (if my brain worked it out correctly) ทั้งสองเกิดปีเดียวกัน โดยเคทเกิดก่อน 153 วัน
Prince William: 21 June 1982
Prince William Arthur Philip Louis was born at 21.03 on 21 June 1982, at the private wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, and London. He weighed 7lb 1 1/2oz. His arrival as the first child of his parents, the Prince of Wales and Princess Diana, was eagerly awaited. The royal couple had married to much fanfare the previous July. Prince Charles told waiting reporters outside the hospital that his son was in "marvelous form". He described being present at the birth as "rather a grown-up thing... a shock to my system".
Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading on 9 January 1982.
In June that year she was christened at St Andrew's - a church in the village of Bradfield in Berkshire where her family lived. This photograph is of Kate as a three and a half year old on holiday in the Lake District.
First School: He went to the posh-private school, his mom did not need to worry about her career, whilst Kate's mom just started her business via Internet and it was successful enough to send Kate to the private school.
After attending Mrs. Mynors Nursery school, Prince William became a pupil at Wetherby School, a pre-preparatory boys' school in west London, in January 1987.
Princess Diana was often to be seen dropping the young prince off at school. It was at this school that Prince William's mother famously won a running race on sports day in 1989.
In 1986 Catherine started at the local Bradfield Church of England Primary School. It was while she was at the school that her parents set up their business, Party Pieces, selling children's party gifts via mail order. It was the success of the family business, started by her mother Carole that was to provide the family with the means to send Kate and their other children to a series of expensive private schools that would give her access to the upper echelons of society.
Kate Middleton: Kate Middleton grew up in what has been dubbed Pang Valley, a rural haven in west Berkshire, not far from London. Pretty villages are dotted across the valley which despite its proximity to two motorways and the capital retains a secluded rural feel. Her family lived in the village of Bradfield and she was christened at the local church. She attended the village school and went on to take a place at St Andrew's prep school in the neighborhood. Here, Kate excelled at sports, playing in many of the school teams, and did well academically.
College - Prince William went to the famous boy school - Eton in 1995, Kate went to Marlborough College in 1996
Famous for educating the sons of the great, good and plain rich for more than half a millennium, Eton welcomed Prince William to its ranks in July 1995. As well as a smattering of royals from around the world, it can count 18 British prime ministers, including the Duke of Wellington, Robert Walpole and Harold Macmillan, among its former pupils. The school also has a long-established military tradition. The Army is the biggest single employer of Old Etonians.
Prince William was 15 years old when his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed in a car crash in Paris on 31 August 1997.
Prince Charles broke the news of their mother's death to Princes William and Harry at Balmoral Castle where the Royal Family had been spending the summer. About one million people lined the streets of London to see the princess' funeral procession in early September. Prince William and Prince Harry walked behind their mother's cortege as it made its way to Westminster Abbey for the funeral ceremony.
Kate Middleton: -In 1996, midway through the academic year, Kate Middleton became a pupil at one of the country's leading independent schools. Annual fees at the mixed boarding school, 33 miles from Kate's home, are a hefty £29,000. She was to spend four years here, becoming captain of the hockey team and passing her GCSEs with flying colours. For her A-levels she studied maths, art and English in which she gained two A grades and a B respectively. Former classmates describe her as level-headed, popular and talented.
Marlborough - One of the country's leading Independence School
Gap year: You will never what the world is like until you reach to Gap year, well, you will never know what you want to be until you learn it from the gap year. Kate started the beginning of her gap year in a very famous beautiful place- Florence in Italy after that she went to Chile just like William did.
Prince William --During a gap year between school and university Prince William went to Mauritius, spent time on mainland Africa, trekked with the Army in Belize and worked as a Raleigh International volunteer in Chile.But it was, he says, his short stint working as a labourer on a dairy farm in south-west England that he enjoyed the most. He was paid an hourly wage of £3.20, rising before dawn to milk cows, and "performing mucky jobs" along with everyone else.
Kate Middleton: Kate spent her time between school and university taking a course in Italian in one of Italy's most famous medieval cities, Florence and travelling in Prince William's footsteps on a trip to Chile.Just like the prince, she spent several weeks in the South American country on a Raleigh International trip where she was a popular member of the group.