Prince William Abandons Kate Middleton and Prince George for Cambridge University Campus and Sexy Co-eds

Prince William Abandons Kate Middleton and Prince George for Cambridge University Campus and Sexy Co-eds

Prince William will be jetting off to Cambridge to begin a “bespoke program” in agriculture for approximately 10 weeks, and we just heard word that he’s making the trip alone! He’ll be leaving Kate Middleton and their new lil baby, Prince George, in London while he studies away alongside countless young college goers. While we’re certain the prince will be on his best behavior while he’s away, we have to wonder what’s going through Kate’s mind. Do you think she’s happy her husband will be away for that long?

People magazine reported on the story: “The prince is to take one-on-one classes and join other lectures and tutorials with other students at the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership until mid-March. The CPSL devises tailor-made courses for business people and others. “There will be other students who attend modules of his course, but his course is unique to him,” says a university spokesman.

“Drawing on the strengths of academics across the university, William will spend 18-20 hours a week learning all aspects of areas including agricultural policy, countryside governance, farming, food management, rural policy and planning.”

He’s reportedly taking the class so as to gain a reasonable understanding of contemporary issues as they pertain to agricultural businesses and rural communities within the U.K. Sounds like he’s going to learn some stuff. I suppose it’s admirable that he’s taking an interest to learn more things so he can be a better leader, but . . . doesn’t a prince have advisers for that sort of thing? Sorry, my ignorance is showing.

Let us know what you think about Prince William abandoning Kate Middleton and his baby.

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  • Angel 2009

    Abandoned? It’s not like the Duchess and Prince George are forbidden to visit! Don’t go implying drama where there is none.