On his father’s side, William has two uncles, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and one aunt, Princess Anne.
On his mother’s side he has one uncle, Earl Spencer and two aunts, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.
William’s godparents are King Constantine of Greece, Sir Laurens van der Post, Princess Alexandra, the Duchess of Westminster, Lord Romsey, and Lady Susan Hussey.
The Education of Prince William
Prince William was given the very best of educations.
He attended Wetherby School in London;
Ludgrove School in Berkshire;
and Eton College, London, where he studied Geography, Biology and History at A – Level.
Before going to St Andrews University in Scotland,
where he gained a 2:1 in Geography, William spent a gap year travelling around Chile, Belize and Africa.
Kate Middleton’s Education
Kate Middleton’s parents were determined to give Kate the best education possible.
From the age of four to eleven, Kate attended
St Andrew’s Prep School in Pangbourne, Berkshire,
followed by two years at
Downe House in Newbury.
Kate later went on to attend Marlborough College in Wiltshire
and St Andrews University in Scotland.
Kate performed well, academically, gaining high grade passes in eleven GCSE and three good A-levels.
Before attending St Andrews University, where she studied History of Art, Kate decided to embark on a gap year travelling around Italy and South America.