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Never-Seen-Before Photo Of William And Kate Has Gone Viral

Prince William and Kate are generally quite private when it comes to their relationship, rarely showing PDA.

Although the couple keeps their relationship out of the public eye, they are still undeniably head over heels for each other.

However, an unseen, throwback photo recently surfaced on Instagram and which shows William and Kate gazing at each other in what can only be described as “a look of love”.

The photograph was taken back in 2012 when the royal brothers William and Harry played in the Audi Polo Challenge charity polo match near Ascot.

Proceeds from the game went to Sentebale, a charity founded in 2006 by Harry and Prince Seeiso, helping to fund its vital work to support orphans in Lesotho in Africa.

Kate, joined by family dog Lupo, was on hand to give out the awards. She looked gorgeous wearing a patterned teal frock by Libelula and brown wedges.

The lovely photograph gone viral after being uploaded to Instagram account familyofwilliamandcatherine.

One fan commented: “Those eyes tell all. They don’t even have to say a word to each other as their eyes, communicate the intense love, adoration, affection, friendship, trust, respect, and loyalty they both share with each other. I wish that all could find such chemistry with their chosen partners. It is an amazing gift and a priceless Blessing.”

Another wrote: ” The love between these two……”

A third one added: “I love seeing you two together! Such love! A true fairy tale!”

Never-Seen-Before Photo Of William And Kate Has Gone Viral

The date of the photo also falls few weeks after their first wedding anniversary; and weeks before they announced Kate’s first pregnancy.

This year, William and Kate celebrated their eight wedding anniversary, and share three children together; Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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