Wills becomes a student again
Prince William has kicked off his studies at the University of Cambridge in a very modest manner.
The Duke, 31, took the 9.44am train from London’s King’s Cross to make the 46-minute journey to campus yesterday morning as he enrolled on a 10-week agricultural management course.
It’s thought that Wills – who is believed to have travelled in a public carriage – will make the same commute several days a week though he’ll also have access to overnight accommodation in Cambridge.
The Prince arrived looking dapper in a smart suit and tie and was given a tour of the St John’s College grounds, where he’ll study many of his modules, before returning home by train in the evening.
Wills is taking the farming course to prepare for when he inherits the Duchy of Cornwall estate from his father Prince Charles.
After completing his studies in March, Wills will go on a tour of Australia and New Zealand in April with Kate Middleton, 31, and they’ll possibly be accompanied by their five-month-old son Prince George.
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