Fans love and admire royal ladies for their grace, beauty, and perfect manners. But women of the royal family are not just very beautiful, but also very smart. Do you want to know who is the smartest among royals? Let’s find out who among royal ladies has a degree.
Royal women’s education
Queen Elizabeth, as well as her sister Princess Margaret, were educated at home. In fact, they are the last ones among royal women to get a home-based education. Her Majesty is also fluent in French and loves English classic literature.
Kate Middleton (Duchess of Cambridge)
Kate Middleton got a Master’s degree in the history of art at the University of St. Andrews. But the diploma is not the only thing the Duchess of Cambridge received at St. Andrew’s, she also met her future husband, Prince William, there.
According to reports, initially, Kate was supposed to study at the University of Edinburgh but decided to take a year- break to attend St. Andrews because of William.
Meghan Markle (Duchess of Sussex)
Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, got a Bachelor’s degree in theatre and international studies at the Northwestern University. The former Suits star also completed an internship in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and studied for one term in Spain.
Camilla Parker-Bowles (Duchess of Cornwall)
Camilla studied at Dumbrells School since the age of 5. At 16, she entered a school in Switzerland. Then, Camilla graduated from the Institut Britannique in Paris. She also worked as a part-time secretary in London.
Eugenie studied at Newcastle University. She got degrees in English literature, history of art and politics. Few people know that Eugenie is among the members of the royal family with the best academic qualifications.
Princess Eugenie’s sister, Beatrice, studied at Goldsmiths, University of London. She received a degree in history and history of ideas.
As you see, all women in the British royal family got an elite education. Royal ladies should not just curtsey properly, they all are very smart and educated people.
Beautiful and smart – that’s how we can describe the female representatives of the royal family!