Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Kate, a simple girl from an average British family, met in 2001 while studying at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. They officially announced their engagement in November 2010, and in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey they held a wedding ceremony, which was followed online by millions of people worldwide.
Letizia is the daughter of a journalist and a nurse, was interested in journalism, and even decided to link her life with this profession. Before she met Felipe, Letizia was married for a year and managed to make a successful career in journalism. Letizia met the Prince of Asturias in Galicia, where she filmed a report.
Swimming can not only lead to a successful sports career, but also to the royal palace. This happened to Charlene Wittstock, who met with Albert II because she was a professional swimmer.
Sports were also the thing that connected Mary, the daughter of teachers, and Frederik, the Crown Prince of Denmark. They met during the 2000 Summer Olympics in a pub in Sydney, where the Crown Prince and his friends went to relax. That was where he saw beautiful Mary. It’s interesting that Mary didn’t realize who she was talking to, as the young man introduced himself simply as Fred. And yes, Mary didn’t hasten to leave her country with the heir to the throne.
Just like William and Kate, the heir to the throne of Brunei found his love in the walls of an educational institution. Sarah’s school friend’s husband put them in touch by mentioning once that his wife has a very beautiful friend. To see her, the Prince came to the school where she studied. At that time, Sarah, the daughter of a middle-ranking public servant, was going to seriously engage in marine biology, but, as we know, fate surprises.
Sergeant Tessy Anthony and the Prince of Luxembourg met in Kosovo. Soon it became clear that the couple was waiting for a child. It was a huge scandal because the royal family members cannot have children born out of wedlock.
If we talk about a real, fabulous luck, we cannot help but mention the story of Mette-Marit. She was born in a common family of a journalist and a bank employee. Before she met a blue blood, she worked both as a waitress and a seller of clothing, “got acquainted” with drugs, lived together with a criminal, and gave birth to a son. Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway, met Mette-Marit in 1999 at a music festival.
Having been refused a promotion to a senior position, Rania, who came from a common Palestinian family, decided to try her luck at Citibank, Amman. Well, happiness really came, but it wasn’t in the form of a new job, it was love. In the central office of the bank, the girl met Abdullah, the son of the King of Jordan.