In honor of celebrating a decade of marriage, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released two new portraits taken at Kensington Palace by photographer Chris Floyd.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were married on April 29th, 2011, in a fairytale wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
The first photo shows the royal couple holding hands as William looks adoringly at Kate.
Reminiscent of their engagement photo, the second photo shows William and Kate embracing while smiling and laughing with each other.
The future King and Queen Consort previously lived in North Wales, where William worked as a search and rescue pilot in the RAF at the beginning of their marriage before the couple settled at Kensington Palace. Since then, they have welcomed three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Last month, William and Kate stopped by Westminster Abbey. Their visit marked the first anniversary of the national lockdown due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Reverend David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster, by their side, the couple honored those we lost in the ongoing pandemic with a moment of silence followed by prayer.
While royal watchers are not sure how William and Kate will be celebrating their anniversary, when a couple celebrates 10 years in the U.K., it’s a tradition to give gifts made of tin. Whichever way the royal couple chooses to celebrate their anniversary, it’s sure to be special.
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