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that does it for this edition of "360." thanks for watching. the cnn documentary, "will and kate plus one" starts right now. in london, big news in a little package. an heir to the throne is born. >> there's the baby, the new royal heir. >> do we have a name? george alexander louis, to be known as his royal heiness. >> the first child of william, himself a prince. >> may we see your son, your royal heiness. >> she's not catherine, she's
kate. >> now the next chapter of this royal story. from william and kate's upbringing, to their rocky courtship, and royal wedding. >> it was the william and kate show. >> now raising an heir. modernizing a monarchy. and learning to be will and kate plus one. it was the moment the world had been waiting for. the most talked about courtship of the century. after a decade-long romance, kate middleton and prince william finally tie the knot in a fairy tale wedding. thousands watched outside the church. family friend john haley was sitting in the front row. >> i was four foot away from everybody, the queen, prince charles, all the royal family.
it was amazing. >> kind of a pinch yourself moment? >> it was. i couldn't believe it. you should hear the roar from outside. when kate and her dad come in, it sent tingles all through your body. >> it felt like a wonderful country wedding. >> lady elizabeth was sitting just rows behind her cousin, queen elizabeth. >> a huge amount of love in the church, which happened to be a royal wedding. >> a royal wedding that would mark a new era for the british monarchy, and a new way of doing things, with william and kate breaking tradition almost every step of the way. >> they did everything themselves. whatever flowers they wanted, all of that was personally chosen by them. i think that was the first time it had happened in the royal family.
>> westminister abbey is where it all officially began for the duke and dutchess of cambridge. billions watched as they wed, and almost immediately after they said "i do," the speculation began, when would the next royal baby arrive? >> because the one job kate had to do immediately after the wedding was get pregnant. >> author katie nickel had been writing about the royal family. >> we were always going to be on bump watch. >> but in true william and kate style, they did it their own way, waiting and choosing to enjoy time as newlyweds before starting a family. >> you look at diana and the queen, they were very pregnant within three and six months of being married. >> even their honeymoon was
different. >> what royals usually do is go off to the queen's scottish residence. they decided they would not go to scotland, they would go to the seychelles instead. >> you can see their voice and their opinion in pretty much all of their life choices. >> i think this is a very modern royal couple. >> and a royal couple desperate to be normal. william and kate would delay taking on full-time rolls and working royals and spend their first years in a rented farmhouse on the remote welsh island. they lived near this beach, right? >> a few miles behind us. >> ewun hughes is head of tourism. >> their house is pretty normal. they're not living in a castle or a mansion.
>> remote, wind swept, incredibly beautiful, secludes, and that gives them privacy. and that's most important. >> it really couldn't be further from the life that they will be facing and living when they're back in london. the pressures, the job, and the paparazzi. >> that's why it is a utopia for them. ♪ >> kate and william are often seen around town, enjoying a pint, browsing the shops or even picking up groceries. in fact, locals call the duchess a pretty savvy shopper, known to make meat pies and homemade gravy for william. >> immediately after their wedding day, what did we see? we saw kate pushing a shopping trolly around the car park of her local supermarket. it doesn't get more ordinary than that. that's their stamp. >> even on the world stage, the couple would at times appear very unroyal. like at this dragon boat raise
in canada during their first official overseas visit. >> you could see the look of excitement on her face as she got into the boat and was ready to helm. and almost a look of frustration that william had beaten her. >> she did look frustrated that she was beaten. >> they can't finish a game of ten else because they're so competitive. but he gave her a hug and that moment was significant, because you don't see royals cuddling. you just don't see it. but these two are not afraid of breaching royal protocol and showing the world you know what? we're really happy together. >> after their first year of marriage, as william served as a rescue pilot with the air force, kate stepped out for engagements of her own. >> about 400 families we look after. >> grand butland is the director. >> on that first visit, her
approach was just so natural. it's as if she was blind to the disability but could see the child. that takes some skill. >> the spotlight was absolutely fixed on her. >> her true test would believe her first official speech, one she gave for the charity. >> i feel hugely honored to be here to see this wonderful center. >> there were six, seven satellite vans in our car park. >> she did a very good job. it can't be easy to do that with that much pressure. >> bye-bye. >> but there was perhaps no greater pressure on kate those first years than to produce an heir. >> i think there was a level of surprise that it had taken quite some time. >> and it took no time for bump watch to kick into high gear.
every time we shore a dress that was a little flowy, every time she put her clutch in front of her waist, the example upon examples of all the speculation, she wouldn't eat peanut paste, so she was pregnant. >> i was on that trip in copenhagen, and there was a discussion among the reporters, why is she not eating peanut paste? and it was just relentless. >> when kate did finally get pregnant, she couldn't hide it. the duchess was admitted to this hospital with acute morning sickness last december. then the palace had no choice but to announce the pregnancy, though she wasn't even 12 weeks along at the time. >> i think it took everyone by surprise. it wasn't just the announcement of a pregnancy, it was the announcement that the duchess is seriously sick. >> later, a pregnancy in jeopardy. >> it affected kate particularly badly. >> but first, growing up for
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a fairy tale wedding. a much anticipated baby. this was the story of charles and diana. june 21, 1982. the couple welcomed prince william arthur phillip. >> the world just rejoiced. i think it was great that they emerged from the hospital and were showing themselves to be modern royals. >> from the start, william's life was one contrast after another, raised in an entirely new way. lana marks was princess diana's close friend and confidant.
>> william was raised very differently than the previous generations of royals, though he did have official royal nannies, diana did much of it herself, collecting them from school, taking them on vacation. >> being raised as an ordinary boy rather than a prince. >> diana did break that mold. prince charles, the way he was raised, very different than how his sons were raised. >> yes. charles was raised by governesses. >> that also meant growing up in the public eye. from the moment he was born, he was in the spotlight. every time he left the grounds of kensington palace, cameras
followed. >> i remember his first day at preprep school. >> ken wharf was a bodyguard for princess diana for seven years. >> she said, when we get to school, there will be lots of photographers. he said, i don't like this tographers in this william-esque way. we arrived at school and there were about 120, 130 photographers, waiting for william's first day. what she was trying to say is you've got to live with this, you're going to get this the rest of your life. >> for william, it would be a life-long struggle. walking a line between a desire for privacy and the very public duties of growing up royal. and it would only get worse. william was just a boy when his
parents' rocky relationship spiraled into a global scandal. >> william became the fixer. he loved both of his parents. he wanted everybody to be happy together. >> christopher anderson wrote the book "william and kate, a royal love story." >> leer's this little boy when his mother locks herself in the bathroom after an argument, and 7-year-old william putting tissues under the door saying i hate to see you sad, mummy. >> as william got older, diana made sure he was prepared for all the scrutiny he would face. >> william was old enough to read the papers, although the headmaster at school made it a point keeping it out of his reach in order to protect him. then william moved to eaton and you couldn't hide newspapers from william and the other boys. they were interested. he wasn't just a some. i think over time he became a confidant to diana.
so he took an awful lot on. >> it is announced that with regret, the prince and princess of waels have decided to sfrat. >> by august of 1996, william's parents finally divorced. yet even in the midst of living in this fish bowl of tragedy, scandal and speculation, there were many moments of normalcy. >> they would sit watching tv and munch potato chips. she would take them to mcdonald's. she would do regular things with the boys and she would hug them and kiss them and show them affection. >> as a teen, william was coming into his own, learning to live in the public eye, and living out the lessons his father and mother taught him. >> this was a woman who insisted on taking her children out of the palace into hospitals and hospices to meet the homeless, to do the serious, gritty work that a royal should do and i
think also charles deserves credit, as well because he's been very proactive. >> and just as the dust settled on the divorce -- >> this is cnn breaking news. >> an unspeakable tragedy. >> the french government has informed all of us that princess diana has died. >> a high speed pursuit by the paparazzi and the crash in a paris tunnel that killed princess diana, taking william's mother from him at the age of 15. >> he was in that quite difficult transition stage of a boy going into manhood and not have his mother there is a loss he'll feel forever. >> after the very public funeral, william withdrew. and not long after, the palace and the press forged an unspoken
agreement, giving both william and harry space and privacy. the world got quick glimpses, though all carefully choreographed by the palace. william grew up and quietly began dating. >> he began dating some of the more beautiful ladies. he tried an online romance with britney spears at one point that never really got off the ground. >> but playful young romances aside, william knew finding a mate would be serious business. he would have to find a woman willing to put up with the relentless scrutiny and to do that, he would once again have to break from royal tradition. >> she's not an aristocrat, she's not somebody who has grown up in a castle or palace. she was one of the few girls from a working class background. >> when we come back, the making of the woman who would be queen. [ male announcer ] this store knows how to handle a saturday crowd.
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♪ bucklebury berkshire, the quiet english countryside. gentle rolling hills. quaint country pubs. it's the place kate middleton calls home. >> wherever you go, it's fabulous around here. there's two pubs in the village, and there's a church, and that's all. >> john haley owns one of those pubs. what is the community like? would you say people keep to themselves or is it tight knit and everyone knows everybody's business? >> there's a good mix. no, nobody knows after each other's business but they do look after each other. >> he's known the middletons for 16 years.
>> they're just part of the community. they mix well. they've got loads of friends because they've got many, many friends. they're just a great family. >> carol goldsmith and michael middleton met while working for british airlines. they married in 1980. the oldest of three children, kate was born in 1982. what i heard from other folks is she was as normal as normal could be. she came from a normal upbringing. >> just a normal working class family. they're both workers, the parents, carol and mike, so just a normal working class family. >> kate was baptized at this church. she was a brownie in the local scout group and loved being in school plays. such a normal ordinary childhood for a woman in line to one day be queen. >> i think they were a family that always did things together. they enjoyed nice holidays. they drove nice cars. but it wasn't always the case. they came from pretty modest
upbringing, a modest start in life. and it was really because of carol's desire to improve their position and to build that family business. >> they sold supplies for children's parties and soon spun it into an online internet empire worth millions. >> it was carol who saw that this business really had legs to grow. and of course, when that happened and there was money in the bank, they decided to invest in their children's education. >> as the middletons saw success, they sent their kids to private schools. kate was 13 when she came here, arriving confident, happy. but that would soon change. >> she went in at the age of 13 rather than 11. most of the girls had started at 11, so they were already -- >> they already had their circles. >> they kid. and it was very difficult for her to find her feet. >> she became the victim of the mean girls in the school. there was malicious gossip about her background.
she was one of the few girls from a working class background. >> carol middleton wasted no time. she immediately switched kate to a boarding school. >> it was a big school. >> ali baines went to school with kate. >> boarding schools, if they're not happy, are miserable. there's very few in between. >> for kate, it was a tough start. >> you have to forget the glossy image of the duchess of cambridge that you see on the television and remember particularly as a young woman she was quite shy compared to pippa, who was outgoing and gregarious and sore sociable. kate was much quieter. she was a different character, and it took some drawing out of her shell. >> carol middleton once again stepped in.
>> her mother set out to transform her. she combed out her lush hair, got her wearing makeup. so when she reappeared in school, it was a new person. >> it was here where kate really came out of her shell. popular, athletic and a serious student. but she also had a bit of a wild side. according to one friend, she was known to moon the boys from her dorm window, earning her the nickname kate middlebum. >> it was great fun and she was a very pretty girl. >> yet kate didn't date much, and despite her denials, many who knew her then insist she set her sights much higher than her prep school classmates. >> i talked to too many friends who said yes, she always had this picture over her bed, a picture of william in fishing gear. so she did have her sights set on her like a lot of the young women her age. >> winter 2000, kate would come close to meeting her prince.
after her graduation, both kate and william traveled to chile with the same youth volunteer group. but they just missed each other. malcolm sutherland was their expedition leader. >> i think it's incredible for a start that william and kate didn't even know each other. this is kate sitting in front. >> for both, it was hard work. they helped build buildings, teach english, even clean toilets in the same small town in chile. >> kate's tough. she's a sporty fit lady. she knew what she was about. she knew how to look after herself. >> while kate missed william that winter, chris andersen says carol middleton made sure that wouldn't happen again. >> originally kate wanted to go to edinborough university. when it was announced william would attending st. andrew
university, enrollment among women jumped overnight 40%. >> so many believe that kate was among one of those women, thanks to her mother's gentle nudge. >> in kate's case, did she nudge her toward a relationship with the future king of england? yes, and why not? by putting her in proximity to william, magic happened. >> when we come back, william falls in love at a lingerie show. >> he suddenly realized his friend was actually very hot. ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪
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♪ fall 2001. william arrived as a freshman at the university of st. andrews in scotland. it was far from home and, again, breaking the royal mold. most royals went to cambridge or oxford. >> i really do want to be in control of my own life and i hate losing control. it's very important to, you know, see what you want to do and go for it. >> and at st. andrews, william would get protection from the
press. >> he agreed to give a number of televised interviews during his school years at st. andrews. but apart from those occasions, he was to be left in peace. >> i met him as soon as we arrived. and incredibly, quickly, this group of friends formed. >> jules knight became one of william's closest friends. >> there were no real heirs and graces, if you like. for me, he was just another guy. he's a very down-to-earth, normal guy. >> one of the first girls to join their circle of friends, the equally down to earth and normal kate middleton. >> i got to know her early on. she was a very delightful girl, very charming. >> maybe a bit shy, though, when meeting the future king of england. >> i turned bright red and sort of scuttled off, feeling very shy about meeting you. >> not long after, william invited a number of friends to
his dormitory room and she did this courtesy, and he reacted by spilling a drink on himself. he does things like that to put people at ease. and from that moment on they became friendly. >> sally's is where they lived freshman year. they quickly became friends, bonding over their love of art history and their swims in the local pool. another connection, a shared sense of humor. >> i have a very dry sense of humor, so it was good fun. we had a really good laugh. >> but it wasn't all fun for william. >> he had all the same stresses and pressures as every student does. >> charles warren was one of his professors. >> he was panicking about approaching deadlines and struggling like most of the students do. >> and actually he did seem a bit low and unhappy. i remember distinctly thinking i'm not sure he's enjoying this
much. you're a long way from london, in the middle of nowhere really. and to think, i've got to spend the next four years here is intense. >> william and kate attended art history lectures in this building. the first year it was a tough one for william, struggling with the pressures of his work and being far from friends and family. he almost quit. >> he went home for christmas after the first semester and said to his father, i don't know if this is for me. >> friends say it was kate who convinced william to stay, and as soon as he returned from christmas break, everything changed. >> the turning point really came when william watched kate in that now infamous charity fashion show. ♪ >> it was march 2002, the annual st. andrews charity fashion show. and on the catwalk, kate. >> i remember that specific night very well.
>> jules knight was watching the show that night with william. >> she wasn't what you call a risque girl. she was a pretty safe bet. and here she was not wearing that much, looking amazing. i think everyone did think, wow. >> but that was the moment when he suddenly realized that his friend was actually very hot and he rather quite liked her. >> and the next fall when william and kate moved into this flat together with a couple of friends, their friendship turned romantic. >> it just sort of blossomed from there, really. we just saw more of each other and did more, so yeah. >> you liked my cooking. >> your cooking was all right. it's got better. >> living with a girlfriend was almost unheard of for a member of the royal family. >> it was controversial, but i think it was felt that they didn't want mistakes of the past. they didn't want history repeating itself. and this was an opportunity for the couple to get to know each other.
>> and to really get to know each other, the world's most famous prince knew he had to keep his relationship a secret. >> they had a policy of never holding hands, never being seen to be publicly affectionate. if invited to dinner parties, they would often arrive separately. >> by the end of their second year at st. andrews, they were in love. william found the normalcy he craved in kate. >> she's not an aristocrat, she's not somebody who grew up in a castle or palace. she's pretty normal, really. >> kate brought william home to spend weekends with her parents in bucklebury. >> i think he loves going for dinner around the house and he loves being part of something which is actually, yeah, standard. >> behind the walls of st. andrews, william could live like an ordinary student. >> i do all my shopping.
i rent videos, go to the cinema. just basically anything i want to, really. >> i remember we walked out of the pub, called ma bells, which is where we went a lot. we were quite drunk, and i think i saw a pellet gun on the floor, someone had discarded this sort of toy gun. so i picked it up and i was waving it around and he grabbed it out of my jacket pocket and he was holding it in the air. suddenly even in my drunk state, i was like, this is probably not a good idea. >> if william was wild, jules says kate was always in control. and by the spring of 2004, william was ready to introduce his girlfriend to the world. >> if you take somebody to cloisters skiing, which is the
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>> the protection that they had enjoyed had finished, and it was open season as far as everyone was concerned from then on. >> open season on william and now on his girlfriend, kate. >> well, i think when they left st. andrews, that was the real testing point for kate, could she cope with the fact that there were photographers outside her flat every single day? >> the pressure was relentless and a terrifying reminder of what had happened to princess diana. >> the accident that's happening isn't happening in the streets of paris, it's happening in the streets of london and it's happening to kate. >> with the press following her every move, and william forced to be away doing his military training, kate was left wondering what was next? >> they had this period of time when they were basically together but nothing was happening and everyone was going are they going to get married or not? like make your mind up.
>> william seemed to have a lot on his mind, including what was fair to kate. >> at one point, he said i was born into this, she wasn't. and does she deserve this kind of treatment? should i be subjecting her to this? >> but kate, she was ready. >> she really demanded that he commit, as they say. and william wasn't ready for it. he went to his father, prince charles. he said you can't keep stringing this girl along. if you're not ready to ask her to marry you, break it off. >> publicly and painfully william decided to break it off. so kate went back to bucklebury. >> she did what she always did, and it was carol who said okay, you can have your weekend of mourning and your tears. then you're going to pick yourself up, dust yourself off
and show him what he's missing. that's exactly what kate did. >> do you think she saw something he hadn't saw before? >> we saw something we hadn't saw before, plunging necklines and mini dresses and just looking fabulous and showing a confidence and radiating. >> i remember having lunch with her when they split up. it was evident that she was being very forthright. she's like, i'm getting on with my life, type, cool. and it hasn't worked out, that's behind me, let's move on. and she was very calm and level headed and strong about it. and i think he thought, oh, my god. >> he became unglued. he started drinking too much. he went out with his buddies to various clubs. he was very obviously adrift emotionally and it didn't help him to see pictures of kate having the time of her life. >> i think at the time i wasn't very happy about it, but actually it made me a stronger person.
you find out things about yourself that maybe you hadn't realized or i think you can get quite consumed by a relationship when you're younger. you know, i really valued that time for me, although i didn't think it at the time. >> if the breakup made kate stronger, it made william certain. he never wanted to be without her again. back together and vacationing in the seychelles, kate and william made a deal. >> william had a military career and a training program to complete, and he knew he had to do that before he got married. the pledge was, if you wait, there will be a ring at the end of the day. >> quietly, the pair and the palace began planning. >> you can see how much work had been taking place behind the scenes. she was being trained. she was being groomed and prepared for a far more important role, which is queen in waiting. >> there was also the matter of kate getting to know her future
in-laws. >> the palace and the queen were acutely aware of mistakes that had been made with diana, that she felt isolated and ostracized and they were determined this shouldn't happen to kate. >> and that would take a special effort, beginning with prince charles. >> kate said that she was very nervous about meeting william's father for the first time. and i think charles went out of his way to make her feel welcome. >> after nearly ten years of secrecy, breakups, pressure and paparazzi, it was finally time for william to pop the question. >> we had our little private time away together with some friends, and i just decided that it was the right time really, and we had been talking about marriage for a while, so it wasn't a massively big surprise. but i took her out somewhere nice in kenya and proposed. >> very romantic. >> and that long promised ring? >> i had been carrying around in
my ruk sack about three weeks before that. i knew if it disappeared, i would be in a lot of trouble. it was my mother's engagement ring. i thought it was quite nice. obviously she's not going to be around to share in the fun and excitement, so this is my way of keeping her close. >> charles and diana had a quite difficult start, because diana stalled the limelight without necessarily wanting to. when i went to canada and north america with the couple on tour, yes, people were chanting for kate. but they were also chanting for william. so right from the outset, the dynamic was very, very different. >> more that they were equals. >> i think that's exactly the word, they were equals, and it wasn't just the kate show, it was the william and kate show. >> and they took that show on the road. from a spectacular wedding. ♪
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♪ engaged. married. and two years later, pregnant. and yet the royal family could not escape the worst of news in what should have been the best of times. the joy of the pregnancy was quickly eclipsed by tragedy. a nurse at this hospital killed herself after accidently putting through a prank call that revealed private details of kate's condition. kate was said to be devastated. >> of course she was still seriously ill, very hormonal, still hoping desperately she was going to hold on to this pregnancy. and to have the trauma and the tragedy of a suicide over what should have been the happiest announcement of their lives i think must have been truly awful.
>> so kate left the hospital and soon returned perhaps not surprisingly to the comfort of home. in bucklebury. christmas of that year, how different was it? >> they decided to spend christmas with her family so she could relax and put her feet up, which isn't something that happens in royal residence. >> but even christmas had its complications. when you're part of the world's most famous family, what do you get the royal who has everything? >> well, the answer to that question is something small, preferably hand made. and if you can inject humor into it, all the better. so she bought harry a golf kit. she had taken up jam making. it was something she enjoyed doing. so she would jar up her jam and she gave pots of preserves to the family members, which went
down i think very, very well. >> as her pregnancy progressed, she readied the nursery and the new apartment. she also kept an ambitious work schedule. >> i remember being at the national portrait gallery with her one evening thinking she should be tucked up in bed. but she was in four-inch heels, giving a speech and meeting people from the art room. >> finally on july 22, kate was off her feet and in the hospital. hours of labor and then a prince was born. >> her royal heiness delivered a son 4:00 p.m. local time. >> this is how brilliant a royal kate is. there are women throughout british royal family history that have panicked over not being able to deliver a boy and here we are, kate did it first time. >> a simple note posted outside the palace for a child who would
some day ascend the throne. >> this is the first time since 1894 that the reigning british monarch has three direct heirs to the throne living. given she's the second longest living reigning british monarch, it will be exciting to have the future mapped out for her. >> soon, there were salutes and celebrations from london to bucklebury. excited visitors. >> they're both doing really well. >> from both sides of the family. prince's first public appearance. >> here we go. i can see william. here he comes. there's the baby, the new royal heir in the united kingdom. and the duchess of cambridge, smiling, looking so well, isn't
she? a big smile from prince william, so proud. >> as kate and william made clear how they plan to handle parenthood. hands on. and with humor. >> he's got her looks, thankfully. >> no, no, no. >> i have a little tear in my eye. i found it very emotional. it's something they wanted for a long time and they just looked so proud, so happy, and so emotional. so it was a very, very moving moment. >> very emotional. >> yes. this is such a special time. i think any parent knows what this feeling is like. >> very special. >> it's very much symbolic, william driving, william pulling the car seat in, william being here throughout the labor overnight.
it's modern monarchy, that's the message we got from that. we didn't see hundreds of palace aides doing everything for him. this is kate and william's baby. >> most believe kate and william will hire a nanny to help. but unlike royals in the past, will also remain very involved in every stage of the child's life. >> i imagine that kate will want a very hands on role. i imagine she'll want to be involved with whatever the nanny is doing. she's not going to see the royal nursery as a domain that's not hers. i think they'll look at their own families. diana was very hands on and they'll want to bring that into their own family dynamic. >> a family dynamic likely to give their son the most normal childhood possible. and yet there is no getting around the simple fact that this baby boy is in line for the throne. >> we have a name for the boy
who will one day be king. george alexander louis to be known as his royal heiness prince george of cambridge. >> as the queen's cousin, what does this baby mean to the queen herself? >> i think an enormous amount. i think it must be such a relief. >> a continuity for the monarchy. and yet if history is any indication, kate and william will keep doing things their own way. >> i think you'll see them push royal boundaries and forge their own way forward for the future. >> is the monarchy evolving? >> i think the monarchy is changing now and preparing itself nor the future. the royal family is built on tradition and heritage and continuity. it's the greatest dynasty in the world. but in order to move forward, it
has to modernize, it has to change. this baby is going to be so important, because it will be the future. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com tonight the return of weaner gate. it's the political scandal everyone is talking about. you heard what anthony wiener did. >> these things are in my past. these things are in my past, and i think that citizens understand that. >> you heard what he said. it's been rough. these are things i brought upon myself and i thought they would come out toward the end of the campaign and