William gave Kate all his ‘attention whenever she was in the room,’ says uni pal

Prince William and Kate Middleton "definitely had 'chemistry" when they first became friends and the future King would always pay her "attention whenever she was in the room", a university friend has revealed.

Laura Warshauer, from New Jersey in America, was a first year at St. Andrews in Scotland in 2001 living in the same halls at William and Kate, and knew that the was something special between the pair.

"Whenever Kate was in the room, Will was obviously paying attention to her," she said.

"When we'd be sitting at lunch in the dining hall and the two of them would be talking, it was amazing to see how natural it was, how they had so much to say to each other.

Laura remembers the little moments between the pair that made her think there was a deeper connection between them.

"Looking back, there were all these small moments—certainly moments where I was like, 'Wow, this could really be something,'" she told People.

Fast forward 20 years and those "small moments" between William and Kate clearly did mean something to the couple.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall now have three children and have just celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary together.

The husband and wife are often lauded as the perfect couple who have stayed together and supported each other through thick and thin.

Kate has been widely praised for her role as peacemaker between Prince Harry and William at their grandfather, Prince Philip's funeral in Windsor.

The Duchess of Cambridge's biographer, Claudia Joseph, said: “We have seen her really come into her own in the past year I feel since harry and Meghan decided to leave the country and the workload fell on William and Kate’s shoulders much more,”

“But they’ve stepped up i think we’ve seen them on Zoom calls, we’ve seen them doing visits, meeting people, talking about mental health, about issues that affect people in lockdown.

“I think she showed her true colours at Prince Philip’s funeral when she acted as a peacemaker between William and Harry.”

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