Kate compares Oslo to ‘freezing’ uni days in Scotland
The Duchess of Cambridge was on an official visit with Prince William in Norway.
The Duchess of Cambridge told students in Oslo that the sub-zero temperatures reminded her of studying in Scotland.
During an official visit to Norway, Kate and husband Prince William appeared at a high school that features in popular TV series Skam.
Speaking to fans outside Hartvig Nissen School, she compared the cold weather to her days studying at St Andrews University - with the duchess admitting that Norway is much colder.
When a pupil asked about her education she said: "I went to a school called Marlborough College and then on to university which is where I met William, to St Andrews university in Scotland.
"Miles away, freezing cold. But I can't complain about that being here. It's much colder here."
Kate and William were joined by Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit as they toured the school.
The Norwegian teen drama, which portrayed mental illness, sexual assault and homophobia, was streamed online and a US version is in the works.