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Prince William and Kate Middleton returned to the place where they fell in love for a royal engagement on Wednesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who met as freshmen at the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland, in 2001, visited the site to get bogged down in a land navigation career.
“We were surprised as we expected the Duchess to win when [is] the most experienced sailor, ”said Guy McKenzie, who runs Blown Away, the outdoor adventure and activities company that hosted William and Kate’s shoot with their twin Jamie. People of the competitive sides of the couple.
“He was lucky, there was a gust of wind!” Jamie added. “He was impressed!”
“Come on, Grandpa,” Kate teased her other half at one point when he got stuck in some wet sand.
The enormously impactful work of Fife Young Carers offers young caregivers a respite from their caring role and the opportunity to have fun spending time with people their own age.
Thanks to Blown Away for hosting today’s fun session at St Andrews! pic.twitter.com/pp4eHqafvF
– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 26, 2021
“They said they were delighted to be back at St. Andrews and were looking forward to going to college later,” Guy McKenzie shared about his visit.
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The royalty had stayed in the city overnight after visiting the Orkney Islands on Tuesday. His mini royal tour of Scotland started on Monday.
William and Kate visited the university to help a group of young caregivers enjoy a day off.
Kirstie Howell, Fife Young Carers service manager, said People“They asked them how COVID has affected them and how their lives have been during the pandemic.
“They were really attractive and relaxed with the young people. The young caretakers were shy at first, but I think once they were on the yachts they relaxed and had a great time. This has been a real pleasure for them. “
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Laura Warshauer, a New Jersey native and St. Andrews student who lived in the same dorm as William and Kate in their college days, said the couple “definitely had chemistry” when they first met.
“Whenever Kate was in the room, obviously Will was paying attention to her,” Warshauer said. “When we were sitting in the dining room for lunch and the two of them were talking, it was amazing to see how natural it was, how much they had so much to say to each other. Looking back, there were all these little moments, certainly moments where I thought, ‘Wow, this could really be something.