Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge Is An Undergraduate Master of Arts


Not a lot of people realize that the past of a celebrity or artist can reveal so much about them. This does not mean this article talks about rumors and ex-boyfriends. It is something better and more valuable. Education plays a key part in a person's life.

Which is why the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, studied art history. Born in 1982, the wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, grew up in Chapel Row. It is a village near Newbury, Berkshire, England and Glamour cites that she is one of the many celebrities that went on to do great things. Even though some of it is unrelated to her degree.

At a young age, Kate started her schooling in an English-language nursery school. But she attended the school in Jordan where her father worked for the British Airways in Amman, Jordan. A few years later, she returned to her hometown Berkshire. At four years old, she attended St. Andrew's School. St. Andrew's School is a private school near Pangbourne in Berkshire.

She attended various schools and houses. Kate Middleton attended the Downe House School. It is a boarding school for girls. Later on, she boarded Marlborough College. Marlborough is a co-ed school. It is described as an independent boarding school in Wiltshire.

In 2005, she graduated from the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland. She received her undergraduate Master of Arts degree. She majored in Art History.

Within a year, she took on jobs to support her. She was an accessory buyer with Jigsaw, a clothing line. She also worked during 2011 at Party Pieces. At the same time, she continues to support her family's business.

Now, Kate Middleton is known for her fashion sense. It is called the "Kate Middleton Effect" and she is called as one of the most influential people in the world.

Get to know her as the Duchess in this video below:

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