Amy: You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful, and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they're as dull as a brick.Then there's other people, and you meet them and you think, "Not bad, they're okay," and then you get to know them and, and their face just sort of becomes them, like their personality is written all over it, and they just, they turn into something so beautiful ... Sabine: Sure, women like me swoon for a hero, but that's only because deep down, we think we can change them. I want a nice, safe, reliable mass-murderer that I can depend on.At the mixer, Nate gives his spot to Dan and finally tells his father he doesn't want to go to Dartmouth (Poison Ivy).Nate and Chuck participate in a Lost Weekend and he is drawn to Carter Baizen, a former classmate who claims to have shunned his wealthy life and traveled around the world., but the heroine is much more likely to end up happy this way.However, it creates a problem insofar as the heroine has to neither fight her common sense nor reform the hero for a Happy Ending.At the end of the twelfth book he sails around the world with a friend of his father to avoid getting in between Blair and Serena.In the series premiere Pilot, Nate is still dating Blair, as she's in the dark about him sleeping with Serena.
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He is a fan of sailing like his father, and wished to do that instead of attending Yale with his girlfriend Blair, although he expressed interest in attending Brown University.
By the end of the series Nate has realised that he loves both Blair - his on/off girlfriend and her best friend Serena.
Nate's best friends are Blair Waldorf and Serena van der Woodsen.
Nate's family resides in a gracious townhouse right off Park Avenue on the exclusive Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, and his mother's French socialite family owns a summer chateau in Nice.