Kate Middleton and Prince William as uni students in palace throwback

Published Friday, Oct 23 2015, 13:50 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Aww, look at Prince William and Kate Middleton as uni students!

In honour of the royal couple's visit to Scotland on Friday (23 October), the Twitter account for Kensington Palace shared a #FBF photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge from their days as students at St Andrews University.

Kate hasn't changed at all, has she?!

The couple arrived in Scotland last night and chose to stay in accommodation in St Andrews, the place where they met and fell in love. A picture of them from those days was posted to @KensingtonRoyal with the caption: "The Duke and Duchess spent last night at St Andrews, where they first met."

Kate and Wills were both placed in St Salvator's Hall of residence at the uni back in 2001, where they struck up a close friendship. They moved into an off-campus house together with friends the following year, and romance soon blossomed.

They tried to keep their relationship away from the spotlight while they continued their studies, with lawyers for Kate and William complaining on occasion about intrusion into Kate's life. They briefly split in 2007 before reuniting.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, also known as The Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, make their first official visit to Dundee with a full day of engagements. Departing Dundee Repertory Theatre

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In Dundee on 23 October.

An engagement followed in Kenya in 2010, before they married at Westminster Abbey in April 2011 and have two children: son George, two, and daughter Charlotte, who was born in May.

The Duke and Duchess – who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland – are known to be fond of St Andrews and have paid tribute to the institution in the past.

During their visit to New York in December, they attended a glittering dinner in honour of the university's 500th anniversary.

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