Here's the cute thing Kate Middleton always does when Prince William isn't looking

Ksenia Novikova
Apr 20, 2018
08:58 A.M.
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The couple have been together for many years, but their feelings for one another have never changed. 


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband, Prince William, were first recognized as a couple in the public eye in 2004, when both were still students at St Andrews University, where they met!!

In this video you find out in this video what coincidence brought them together!


As reported by Pop Sugar, 14 years later, the couple are still going just as strong as they were in their early days. 

Both of them graduated from St Andrews University in 2005, and the couple remained together afterwards. 


Public interest in their relationship intensified in 2006 when she attended his graduation from Sandhurst. She was then seen as being accepted by the royal family when she was seen at William's step-sister Laura Parker Bowles' wedding in 2007. 

But despite this apparent acceptance into his family, the couple parted ways in early 2007 due to other pressures that were placed on their relationship. But the break up wasn't to last long, and by mid-2007 they had rekindled their romance. 


This time, it was for keeps. 

The couple got engaged late in 2010, and tied the knot in April 2011. Their wedding, held at Westminster Abbey, was one of the most televised events in history, with millions watching their nuptials across the globe. 

Now, two children later, Prince William and Catherine are still very much in love. This is evident from just a single look at the couple in one another's company. 


Even to this day, Catherine will steal loving glances at her husband when he is not looking, and the looks say everything about their relationship that anyone could need to know. There is real love in their marriage, and it keeps them going

While the couple may seem to live a fairytale life, they are permanently subjected to the glare of the media and the scrutiny of the public. Somehow, despite the pressure this does and has placed on their relationship, they have managed to stay strong together. 

William and Catherine are expecting their third child in April of 2018, after welcoming their eldest, Prince George, in July 2013, and their daughter, Princess Charlotte, in May 2015.