Wills-Kat take trip down memory lane at univ where they fell in love
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge remembered the first time they met and how they fell in love, at a lavish fundraising dinner for the University of St Andrews.
According to reports Kate made the transformation from William's friend to his love-interest after the Prince saw her in a fashion show and said: "Wow, Kate's hot."
In honour of their fond memories of the university, they were guests of honour at the dinner in London's Middle Temple in aid of St Andrews' 600th Anniversary charity appeal to raise funds for students who would otherwise not be able to study there, the Mirror reported.
The Duchess looked stunning in a sexy black and nude lace dress by designer Alice Temperley - the same dress she wore to the premiere of 'War Horse' in January.
Pinned onto it was a crystal red poppy given to her by the Royal British Legion.
The prince spoke of his "happy, happy memories" of being a student and described Kate, with whom he studied history of art, as his "art guru."
"She was much better at it than me," he said.
William said his time at university evoked "the happiest of memories, of cold winters and good friends".
Addressing students, lecturers and alumni, he said: "Tonight is very special for Catherine and me. It brings together two institutions that are dear to us: our alma mater, St Andrews University, and Middle Temple, our hosts here tonight."
"First of all, we have been privileged to receive the best university educations. Secondly, we all love St Andrews. We love it for the academic start in life it gave us. We love it for its traditions - traditions that lie at the very heart of Scotland's history. We love it because it made us look beyond St Andrews, beyond the borders of Scotland, to the wide world.
"But perhaps most important of all, we love it for the friendships it has given us. As I look around this hall tonight - and even take a peek at the person sitting three from my left (Kate) - I thank God for those friendships - our friendship - forged in our ancient halls," he said.