The Real Reason Kate Middleton Was Bullied As A Teenager
Duchess Kate Middleton is poised and elegant. From the moment she entered the public eye, she has been beloved by everyone. Kind and warm-hearted, the
Though the Duchess of the Cambridge met Prince William when they were at the University of St Andrews — her early years in high school were full of torment and anguish. This is why Middleton was
The real reason Kate Middleton was bullied as a teenager
When the duchess was 14, her parents, Caroline and Michael Middleton enrolled her in Downe House School. Located in a village near Newbury, Berkshire, the all-girls boarding school is for girls aged 11 to 18, and it is coined as an “Archetypal traditional girls’ full boarding school turning out delightful, principled, courteous and able girls who go on to make a significant contribution to the world.” Unfortunately, the duchess’ experience at Downe House would be neither courteous nor delightful.
From the moment she stepped foot on the Downe House School grounds, Middleton found herself in the crosshairs of the school’s bullies. The
Kate Middleton had to transfer schools because of the bullying
Luckily, Marlborough was a much more positive experience for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis’ mom. Her former tutor, Joan Gall, told the Daily Mail, “When she arrived she was very quiet. Coming into a big school like Marlborough was difficult, but she settled in quickly. It was like a big, happy family. We would do things like bake cakes and watch videos.” To this day, Middleton has fond memories of her Alma mater –so much so that she and Prince William are considering the boarding school when it comes time to send their kiddos to high school.
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