The Duchess of Cambridge quickly became one of the most sought after girls despite the start of a turbulent life at Marlborough College in Wiltshire. Schoolmate Gemma Williamson said "every boy in school thinks he is rotten" at boarding school for £ 12.605. However, before that Kate had great difficulties during her school life and only joined prestigious institutions in the middle of the academic year in 1996 after being "bullied" at Downe House – a boarding school for women in Berkshire.
Williamson also revealed that Kate did not have confidence when she first arrived.
He added: "It seems that he has been intimidated very badly and he clearly looks thin and pale. He has a little confidence. "
Kate's home tutor, Joan Gall said: "When he arrived he was very quiet. Coming to a big school like Marlborough was difficult, but he settled quickly."
Along with beauty and brain, the 36-year-old also excels in field hockey and cross-country running before entering St Andrews University.
It was in Fife, Scotland where he attracted the attention of her future husband Prince William and the couple began dating in 2003.
It was widely reported that Kate caught the heart of the Duke of Cambridge during a luxurious student catwalk.
Where a young prince who was shocked was in the audience and didn't know where to look when Kate stepped out in a very open and transparent dress.
The Duchess graduated in 2005 with 2.1 in art history while William graduated with 2: 1 in Geography.
The happy couple enjoyed Christmas together with the entire royal family at Sandringham despite reports of cracks with Meghan and Harry.
The Queen is said to have booked a show of unity between the fab four for the festive season.
A source told The Sun: "The Queen and Charles have let the situation play without being blatantly disturbing – but they both explained that Christmas was for the whole family to really come together.
"That means the two couples walked to the church together as the Fab Four as they did last year. Yes, it's awkward and uncomfortable remembering what happened during the past 12 months.
"But a more negative alternative to Christmas is not worth thinking about."