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The Middleton family released several photos of Kate Middleton as a child, as well as one photo of Prince William and his bride-to-be on their graduation day at St. Andrews.


The photos were released on the official royal wedding Web site and accompanied a brief bio of the future Princess Catherine.


You can see all five photos below:


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Kate Middleton: The Family Album

Kate Middleton at the age of three and a half on holiday in the Lake District in Northern Britain.

Kate Middleton: The Family Album

Kate Middleton (L) at the age of four in Jerash, Jordan with her father and younger sister, Pippa.

Kate Middleton: The Family Album

Kate Middleton at the age of five smiles for the camera.

Kate Middleton: The Family Album

Kate Middleton on June 23, 2005, the day she graduated from St. Andrews University in Scotland.

Kate Middleton: The Family Album

Kate Middleton and Prince William on June 23, 2005, the day they graduated from St. Andrews University in Scotland.

Kate Middleton: The Family Album




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  • bev morse

    those are adorable?

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  • Beege

    I think they are. Are you a Mom ? And as public figures they have to be protective of their photographs.

  • Marc

    Sorry, but give them a few years and we'll be reading about his drinking problem and other women, I say within 5 years....

    Reply
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