It has been 10 years since Prince William and Kate tied the knot at Westminster Abbey. Millions of Royal family enthusiasts all over the world watched the televised event of their wedding
William and Kate are the most loved Royal couple after the Queen and HRH Prince Phillip themselves. Prince William and Catherine Middleton married each other on April 29th, 2011. People of the United Kingdom, The Commonwealth nations and fans across the world celebrated along with the couple.
For her big day, Catherine chose a bespoke Alexander McQueen gown made of satin and lace embellishments. The handsome groom looked dashing in his Military apparel.
On the Big day, People lined up outside on the streets of London. They cheered for the couple as they returned to Buckingham palace in their Royal carriage. For many, it was a Fairytale come true.
Prince William and Kate were together for over 8 years before he popped “the question”. On their wedding day, Queen Elizabeth II bestowed them the titles of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
They seem happy despite the day to day pressures of Royal life and constant public scrutiny. Prince Willian and Kate very much look like two people in Love even after all these years.
Prince William and Kate’s private life
We know so little about their life away from Royal appointments. Although, we know that they are both wonderful parents to their 3 children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. These young parents never shy away from discussing their kids in public.
We know that they have celebrated all their previous anniversaries privately. But we got a glimpse of their relaxed selves as they visited the Darlington countryside yesterday.
Kate is a Patron for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). Both William and Kate are very vocal about the importance of Mental health.
William is the patron for over 30 Military and Royal Patronages and the Duchess has 20 patronages that they work alongside. Prince William and Kate are among the most hard-working senior Royals in the UK.
Prince William is second in line to the British Throne and will be succeeded by Charles, the Prince of Wales.