Kate Middleton and Prince William, both 38, met at the University of St Andrews in 2011. The Duchess reportedly caught William’s eye at a charity fashion show at the university when she appeared on the stage wearing a lace dress. What is their relationship like?
The couple got engaged in 2010 after William proposed while in Kenya.
The royals were on holiday at Lewa Safari Camp when William got down on one knee.
Kate and William got married one year later in Westminster Abbey.
Since then, they have had three children together – Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
Karen Mooney is the founder and MD of Sara Eden Introductions and speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk about the couple’s marriage, she believes it is a “marriage made in heaven”.
The expert explained: “I would definitely have matched William and Kate – I firmly believe their marriage is a marriage made in heaven.
“Having met at the University of St. Andrews theirs is a marriage based on mutual respect and love. They have a shared past, mutual university friends, they love the same things, both play tennis and generally love sport.
“They have fun together, you look at the body language when you see them on the television, they smile a lot together and it’s important to laugh with somebody and not at somebody…they have fun…they’re the same age, they met at university, it’s a true love marriage and I think they make fantastic parents as well.”