Prince William was educated in private schools – no surprise to an extremely privileged young man.
His education was paid from the moment he started daycare.
By attending Eton, as his brother, Prince Harry, he obtained an A, a C and a B at his A levels.
He was admitted to the University of St. Andrews.
It was here that he met his future wife Kate Middleton, but it was not the only thing he did there. William played water polo and first studied Art History, then Geography.
And according to one expert, this was the happiest moment in Prince William's life, far removed from Prince Charles's university experience.
Judi James said, “Although Charles had intellectual pretensions, his college poses made him look a bit lonely and a little dreamy, and he was known to be more comfortable with older, more serious models than his peers. .
"His eyes had already taken on a sad, sad expression, suggesting that he was his fate as a matter of concern and worry."
The now Duke of Cambridge, however, seemed much easier during his college days.
In fact, this is the moment when he is happiest, according to the expert.
Judi said, “William, on the other hand, probably looked happier and more confident during his student years, with his poses suggesting that he was a popular member of a fun crowd.
"His smile here suggested some traces of party and playboy animals at this stage of his life, as if he were determined to enjoy some wild years before settling on his responsibilities."
There are some conflicting theories about exactly how Kate Middleton and Prince William met.
One expert said they really knew each other before college.
Author Katie Nicholls said: “I was talking to some of her friends at Marlborough School, where she went before St. Andrews.
"They said, nuh-uh, she didn't find him in St. Andrews.
“She met him before she got there.
"While she was in school in her sixth form, through some of her friends, they met Prince William and Prince Harry."
Will Kate Middleton be queen? Prince William is second in line to the throne and is likely to one day become king, which would make Kate the queen consort.
If she became queen consort, Kate would have more responsibilities than she now has and share the king's social position and status.
The real line of succession – who overcomes who?
The line of succession to the British throne determines the order in which each member of the Royal Family would ascend to the throne.
It is also seen as ranking in importance with the head of the line, the queen, taking the place of ruler.
Older children come before younger children. Traditionally, boys came before girls, but this law was amended on March 26, 2015 before the birth of Prince William's first child.
Incredibly, Catholics are still excluded from the line of succession, as are children born out of wedlock.
Royals, who usually follow strict protocol when they appear in public, often come to events in ascending order of importance, with the most important royals coming last.
Prince Charles, 70, is currently second in line to the British throne, followed by Prince William, 37, his eldest son.
Then come the sons of Prince William, George, five, Charlotte, three, and Louis, nearly one, and are followed by Prince Harry, 34. Prince Harry is succeeded by his son Archie Harrison, born in May.