William and Kate were on a visit to the Mumbles seafront in Swansea when she was reunited with Denise Evans-Allford and husband Kevin Allford, who she had not seen for nearly 25 years.
Kate Middleton was treated to a sweet surprise on a royal outing on Monday when she happened upon a couple of her old teachers in a Welsh crowd.
Kate was already a pupil at the school when the couple arrived there in 1990, with Mrs Evans-Allford teaching PE and her husband teaching French and German.
The royal couple spent time at the RNLI's Mumbles lifeboat station where they watched a training exercise and William presented one volunteer with a medal to mark 20 years of service. After hugging them, Kate told her former teachers "I want to instil in my children the life I had at St Andrew's".
Denise Evans-Alford and Kevin Alford, who taught the Duchess at St Andrew's School, waited for Kate in Mumbles, Wales, today.
The heartfelt meeting left the couple giving Kate glowing compliments. To that, Annabel said, "I thought you'd look like Cinderella".
Reports suggest the pair drove 30 miles and managed to greet the Duchess after slipping a note to her security.
"She has obviously changed physically since we last saw her, she has grown about a foot but in terms of personality and the way she is, she hasn't changed at all".
"It took two-and-a-half-hours to get back as on the way back the lifeboat had three other shouts and they let us go", said Mr O'Dwyer, from Port Talbot. We wouldn't feel right curtsying or shaking hands. It is wonderful she gave us so much time. After a fan asked if Kate's family would expand in January 2020, the Duchess said she "doesn't think William wants any more [kids]", according to HELLO! magazine. It was a great occasion for us, it was a very emotional reunion.
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