Andrews to find a husband.
Oh, yes, and to get a degree. Andrews, where they met as students, keep its spot as "Britain's top match-making university. It's said that as many as one in 10 students marry a fellow student from Scotland's oldest university. Andrews," marvelled Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, another graduate of the university, when the royal union was announced. But for the remaining 90 percent who don't find a ring at St.
Andrews and for the rest of us , there are always William's exes. Rose Farquhar, an aspiring actress, heads up the list of the prince's eligible exes. Then there's year-old party events manager Jecca Craig. The next ex on the list isn't short of names: She's Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe and is also a budding thespian. Up last, Olivia Hunt. The aspiring writer dated William at university. Andrews alumni out there? First up, little brother Prince Harry. Third in line to the throne, and with an on-off relationship with the Zimbabwe-born heiress Chelsy Davy.
Then there's Sam Branson, son of industrialist Richard Branson, the th richest person in the world, according to Forbes' list of billionaires. Sam Branson has recently split up with one of the eligible young ladies, Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, after four years together. Brandon Green, the year-old son of retail tycoon Sir Phillip Green.
The family live in Monaco but Sir Philip claims the title of richest man in British retail. So, if you can't get a place at St. William and Middleton may be heading for the aisle but there are plenty who are still to take the leap.
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Many incoming students hop off the train at Leuchars, bags in hand, full of excitement about their course and of course, the prospect of a thrilling college romance on their horizon. The luckiest — and perhaps most skilled — of these freshers manage to make a solid group of friends and find a few possible love interests all over the expanse of their first week.
So which ones of us are destined to find the love of our life at university and which ones of us should plan on adopting a couple of cats? In the cosy and intimate location of a third floor Sallies dorm, freshers Grace Harrison from Houston, Texas and Herman Wuttudal from Oslo, Norway dish about their newfound relationship. Evidently, living in a hall where interacting with other residents is a big part of the lifestyle made it easier and more convenient for Miss Harrison and Mr Wuttudal to become close.
How big, exactly, is the role that luck plays in relationships in St Andrews? According to Miss Harrison the size of Sallies does not compensate for the difficulty of meeting people here at university.
Living just a floor above Miss Harrison, she reveals another perspective on meeting people in St Andrews. Many other students will give a similar response. The point of university is to learn rather than to focus on finding a future spouse, is it not? This brings up the question: The same goes for hunting for a partner at clubs or pubs, where most likely one is bound to see the same faces they have seen in lectures, parties, societies, halls of residence, or in Tesco. However, despite its size, one of the defining characteristics of St Andrews is the fact that it is a melting pot, and the melange of different cultures, nationalities, and ethnicities almost makes up for the fact that its entire population could probably be squeezed onto a decent-sized iceberg.
Dating in this town remains quite an interesting paradox. On one hand, the town is so small that there is a scarcity of people to choose from.
On the other hand, it has quite a unique and original blend of people that is unlike many other towns or even cities. Ultimately, it all depends on perspective. Looking at St Andrews through rose-coloured glasses, one might find the small yet interesting mix of people in this town convenient. There are plenty of different sorts of people, and the community is close-knit and small enough for one to get to know a number of people quite well. Even if you are simply here with the idea in mind to study and make some good, sturdy friends, you might not want to give up the possibility of finding the love of your life just yet.
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