Kate Middleton knew she was going to marry Prince William when she was just a high school student: Watch
When Kate Middleton was all of 13, she took part in a school play and was told by a fortune teller that she would one day marry a man named William. Surely enough, it came true 17 years later.
Kate Middleton tried her hand at acting when she was a high school student but strangely enough, the fictional play predicted how her life would turn out. The Duchess of Cambridge was 13 when she played the role of a young maiden who dreamt of falling in love with a prince. A few years later, she did fall in love with a real prince and said her vows during a dream wedding at Westminister Abbey in 2011.
In the fictional world, however, a young Kate, who was a student at St. Andrew’s Preparatory School in Buckhold, was told by a fortune teller that she would marry a "handsome, rich gentleman."
In a video clip that recently surfaced online, Kate could be seen talking to a seer who predicted that Kate's future husband would fall in love with her and take her to London. In the play, the teenage Duchess giggled and said, "Oh, how my heart flutters."
The next scene captured Kate with her prince who got down on one knee and proposed. Kate said, "This is all I've longed for. Yes, yes, dear William!" We wonder if Kate believed in fate when she met the real Prince William at the University of St Andrews in 2001 or when proposed to her during their trip to Kenya in 2010. In any case, it certainly seems as if the Duchess of Cambridge's life sounds like a fairytale.
Kate and William met in college and had an on-again, off-again relationship for almost a decade before he proposed to her. The mother-of-two was cruelly called "Waitie Katie" by the British press which hounded her as the relationship had its ups and downs. After her wedding to William, however, Kate became a darling of the press, and her kids- Prince George and Princess Charlotte melted hearts all around the world.
Now, the royal couple is expecting their third child. According to various reports, Kate could deliver her baby on St. George's Day on April 23. If that is indeed true, the latest addition to the Cambridge family will arrive before Harry and Meghan's wedding on May 19. Harry's elder brother will no doubt have his hands full, what with a new baby on board and Best Man duties at the royal wedding. William is also expected to attend the FA Cup finals on Harry's wedding day and hand the trophy to the winner.
The next few months seem a little chaotic for William and perhaps that's why Kate said during her visit to Evelina London Children’s Hospital recently that her husband is in denial about the baby. William himself joked that he would be getting less sleep once the third baby arrives.
At a black-tie charity event at Kensington Palace in February, William joked, "Our third child is due in April, I’m getting as much sleep as I can." When one attendee asked if the Cambridges were expecting twins, William said, "Twins? I think my mental health would be tested with twins."
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