Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest child, the Prince of Wales, became the first British heir apparent to earn a university degree when he attended Trinity College, Cambridge.
Following in his oldest brother’s footsteps, the Earl of Wessex graduated from Jesus College, Cambridge, with a degree in history.
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The Duke of Cambridge got a lot out of his time at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland: He earned a degree in geography and met wife Kate Middleton.
Prince Andrew’s elder daughter Beatrice attended Goldsmiths, University of London, and earned a degree in history, which seems to be a popular major for British royalty!
Eugenie calls Newcastle University her alma mater. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English literature and art history.
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It was a The Prince and Me moment for the current Duchess of Cambridge when she met William at the University of St. Andrews, where she studied art history.
Before she met Prince Harry and became the Duchess of Sussex, she was an American college student majoring in theater and international studies at Northwestern University.
Though she didn’t graduate from the University of London Institute in Paris, the Duchess of Cornwall did study French and French literature at the university for six months.