Kate Middleton Heartbreak: Prince William Left Wife 'In Tears' During New Year? George, Charlotte, Louis' Parents Briefly Broke Up Because Of This

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Prince William shockingly changed his mind about spending New Year’s Eve with the Middletons, which left Kate Middleton in tears, a royal biographer claimed.

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Katie Nicholl revealed that Prince William notified his then-girlfriend, Kate Middleton, of the change in plans with days to spare after the late Queen Elizabeth II and then-Prince Charles, persuaded him not to push their relationship.

Prince William and Kate Middleton momentarily broke up shortly after Prince Harry’s brother announced that he would spend the new year with his family in Sandringham. Katie Nicholl, in her 2011 book called The Making of a Royal Romance, wrote:

“William had been having second thoughts and sat down with his father and his grandmother to have a frank discussion about his future with Kate. Both advised him not to hurry into anything.”

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For starters, Prince William and Kate Middleton met at the University of St. Andrews, where they developed a strong connection before beginning a romance in their second year in 2001. Before they started dating, they even shared housing with a handful of their classmates.

Kate Middleton was a well-known figure in royal circles by the mid-2000s, frequently appearing alongside Prince William on occasions and attending his graduation from The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst only weeks before he distanced himself from their relationship.

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In 2007, Kate Middleton and Prince William separated for many months, with the Princess of Wales pictured partying with her younger sister and their pals.

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The royal couple restored their romance within months of their separation, and they have been inseparable ever since. Kate Middleton acknowledged that she "wasn't really thrilled" about the breakup but acknowledged that it indicated their love would endure.

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The Duchess of Cambridge said:

"At the time, I wasn't very happy about it but actually it made me a stronger person. You find out things about yourself that maybe you hadn't realised. I think you can get quite consumed by a relationship when you're younger. I really valued that time, for me as well, although I didn't think it at the time.”

Prince William, for his part, noted that the brief breakup “worked out for the better” for him and Kate Middleton. Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield asserted that Kate's behavior after the breakup garnered the late Queen Elizabeth's appreciation when she refused to acknowledge her relationship with William.

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Kinsey Schofield shared:

"The Royal Family knew she was a good girl, they knew she wasn’t talking to the media, because in between those breakups, she was so stoic and kept her mouth shut and in all of the photographs of her during the breakup, she’s looking ahead. She just handled herself so well throughout the rollercoaster that was her and Prince William’s dating history leading up to their inevitable marriage. It made Kate a no-brainer — she was the future Queen.”

Kate Middleton and Prince William wed on April 29, 2011, in Westminster Abbey, one year after the prince proposed on a trip to Botswana. They became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after the late Queen Elizabeth II bestowed the title upon her grandson upon their marriage, and the Prince and Princess of Wales in September, following the death of Her late Majesty and the accession of King Charles III.

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