Before the future king settled down, Kate Middleton “would have seen William with lovely girls.”
According to a royal expert, Kate Middleton would have seen Prince William “with all these lovely girls” when they first became acquaintances, as the future king decided who to marry.
At Wembley on Sunday, Prince William was joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, who was returning from a period of self-isolation, and Prince George, his seven-year-old son, as England was eliminated from the European Championships in a dramatic shootout by Roberto Mancini’s Italian side.
The loss was “heartbreaking,” but the future king, who is also the president of the Football Association, complimented the Italy squad on “a magnificent triumph.” “England, you’ve all come so far, but alas, this time it wasn’t our day,” Prince William tweeted. You can all be proud of yourselves and raise your heads high because I know there’s more to come.”
Following a barrage of racist criticism hurled at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka, the three black English players who missed penalties, William rushed to Twitter to protest the behavior.
“I am sickened by the racist insults directed at England players following last night’s match,” he tweeted.
“It is just unacceptable that players be subjected to such heinous behavior.
“It has to come to an end right now, and everyone responsible should be held accountable.”
Despite the fact that the royals put on an unified front during the weekend’s football match, a royal expert said Kate would have seen William with a number of other girls when they were first friends at St Andrews University.
When asked about his early love life, William famously said, “Look, I’m only 22 for God’s sake.”
“At my age, I’m too young to marry.”
“I don’t want to marry until I’m at least 28 years old, if not 30.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met in 2001 at St Andrews University, began dating in 2003, and married in 2011, a year after their engagement, in front of a global audience of more than 72 million.
Before they started dating, though, William was linked to a slew of wealthy and well-connected suitors.
In the 2011 documentary William and Kate Into the Future, royal expert and author Andrew Morton observed, “Catherine would have seen him with all these really lovely girls.”
“Carley Massy-Birch, who is still a friend, Olivia Hunt, and the other girls,” says the narrator.
“They’re all gorgeous socialites and the like, but she’s won.”Brinkwire Summary News”.