A video of Prince William and Kate Middleton's uni graduation has resurfaced.

To catch up on all things royal family, make sure you check out our Royal Hub. We’ve got you completely covered.

If you’ve ever been to a graduation ceremony you’ll know they’re a bit… boring.

But watching the future king and queen of England graduate with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Prince Charles in the audience is bound to up the excitement just a tad.

Prince William and Kate Middleton graduated from Scotland’s University of St Andrews in 2005 when they were just 23 years old and Instagram account Tea Time With The Cambridges has resurfaced a video of the ceremony.


As Kate and William walk across the stage to become graduates, the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, watch on and smile.

Seriously – look at Charles’ beaming face when his future daughter-in-law Kate was called. It’s definitely the best part of the video.

Also, how happy did the Queen look when she saw her grandson William?

More than 176,000 people have watched the Instagram video and fans have been gushing about the adorable moment in the comments.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge actually have their university days to thank for their relationship. They first met in 2001 when they lived doors apart from each other in student accommodation at St Andrew’s.

They were friends for over a year before they began dating and had been together for two years at the time of their graduation.

As we know, the pair went on the marry in 2011 with their wedding watched live by tens of millions of people around the world and they now have three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

We’re sure Prince Charles still looks at them with that same pride written all over his face.