What the royals got in their A-Levels, including Prince Harry who bagged a D in geography and Kate Middleton who aced an A in maths

A-LEVEL results day has arrived and teens across the country will no doubt be filled with dread and anticipation as they head off to collect their results.

But what did the royals achieve in their A-Levels?

When it comes to the royals' exam results, it's certainly a mixed bag, with Princess Eugenie, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle leading the way as star pupils.

Prince William and Prince Harry didn't do too badly either, although Wills does seem to be more academic than his younger brother.

According to reports, although having "an aptitude for learning" the Queen, meanwhile, had "little opportunity for sustained study" as a child and spent much of her time being home schooled and learning about the monarchy.

Here's what each member of the royal family achieved in their results…

Prince William

Wills scored ABC in his A-Levels – an A in Geography, a B in Art and a C in Biology.

He went on to St Andrews University, where he initially studied History of Art before swapping to Geography.

Kate Middleton

A* student Kate bagged an A in Maths, an A in Art and a B in English, before graduating from St Andrews University with a 2:1 in History of Art.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry got a B in Art and a D in Geography, deciding against university and instead joined the army.

Meghan Markle

As Meghan grew up in America, her education system was different to the rest of the royal family, but it's reported she was an A* student.

While it's not known what grades Meghan achieved, she did get what she needed to bag a double major in Theatre and International Relations at the Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Prince Charles

Prince Charles achieved two A-Levels, a B in History and C in French

He went on to Cambridge and bagged a 2:2 in History.

The Queen

The Queen has never sat an academic exam and therefore doesn't have any A-Level results.

It's reported that Her Maj spent most of her childhood being home schooled for just an hour and a half each morning before spending the rest of the day playing, dancing and singing.

She also received lessons on constitutional history to prepare for her role as monarch.

Professor Kate Williams, author of Young Elizabeth told Good Housekeeping: "The Queen’s father had disliked school and her mother thought it was more important to have fun.

"The lack of a formal education didn't harm her as she's naturally analytical and something of an autodidact, as well as being hard working – which we know now is just as important as raw brainpower."

Princess Beatrice

Beatrice scored ABB in her A-Levels, having studied Drama, History and Film Studies.

She then went on to bag a 2:1 from Goldsmiths, University of London in History of Ideas.

Princess Eugenie

Eugenie is thought to be the brainiest royal, having achieved an A in Art, an A in English Literature and a B in History of Art.

She went to Newcastle University and studied English Literature, History of Art and Politics and left with a 2:1.

We shared inside the basic St Andrews terraced house where Kate Middleton and Prince William fell in love at uni.

The Cambridges now live in the plush Apartment 1A residence at Kensington Palace, which has a gym, grand piano and lift to the staff quarters.

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