She got along well with William’s friends Fergus Boyd, an Eton classmate, and Olli Chadwick-Healey.They were part of a group known as the Sally’s boys, which also included Ali Coutts-Wood, Graham Booth, Charlie Nelson, and Oli Baker, who would later share a house with William and Kate.Andrews, which is considered one of the best in the United Kingdom, appealed to the prince, who was keen to postpone royal engagements for as long as possible. Salvator’s Hall, his home for the next year, on the crisp morning of September 23, 2001.He settled in quickly, and although the town’s 16,000 residents were initially inquisitive, they soon left him alone.
“William was very taken with her, which was completely understandable.
Andrews through the “Aha” moment that turned friendship into romance, and onward to the breakups, the makeups, Middleton’s Palace crash course, and the expectation of a 2011 wedding. Andrews, Scotland’s oldest university, 50 miles north of Edinburgh.
His father, his uncle Edward, and his great-grandfather King George VI had all attended Cambridge, but the four-year history-of-art course at St.
Often William was invited to supper at Carley’s home, where he would step over her muddy Hunter Wellington boots in the hallway. William was in the year below, and we just happened to meet through the general St. It’s such a small place that it was impossible not to bump into William, and after a while there was nothing weird about seeing him around.
Carley was also a country girl, which appealed to William—he had been brought up in the Gloucestershire countryside. We got on well, but I think we would have got on well even if nothing had been going on romantically.