Kate Middleton ‘saved’Prince William was feigned to be his girlfriend by girls who tried to flirt with him at nightclubs. A friend has now revealed that Prince William is not a girl.
When they were studying at St Andrews University, Scotland, the future Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge became close friends.
But a month after he enrolled in 2001, the prince was hit on by a girl at a party and couldn’t shake her off, the Mirror reports
Kate sensed the awkwardness and jumped in to wrap her arms around him.
The clever trick was revealed by the couple’s friend Laura Warshauer who spoke to royal expert Katie Nicholl for her book Kate: The Future Queen.
She stated that: “Will was getting really hit on by this girl at a party and it was getting quite uncomfortable because he couldn’t shake her off.
“Although he was polite and courteous, this girl didn’t understand the message.
“All of a sudden Kate came up behind him and put her arms around him.
“He said, “Oh, sorry, I have a girlfriend” and then he and Kate started giggling.
Laura shared that William was grateful for Laura’s help.
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Laura added: “Kate was the only girl in the room who could have done that. And that was just a month after we started university.”
William and Kate put their all into university and frequented the town’s most famous student haunts together.
Their close bond blossomed into romance, but Kate briefly separated from William in 2007.
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Later, sources said that the Queen was disappointed by this breakup.
However, Kate and William were seen kissing weeks later at an army party at Bovington barracks, Dorset.
And in July 2007, Kate and her brother James were seen at the Concert for Diana, held at Wembley to mark 10 years since William’s mother Princess Diana’s death.
They have been married for nearly 11 years now and have three children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.