It’s been almost ten years since Prince William and Kate Middleton exchanged vows at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony which took place on 29 April 2011 was beamed across the world to billions.
The royal bride looked stunning in a satin and lace gown designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. Her veil was held in place by the Cartier Halo tiara, lent by The Queen. She also wore diamond earrings by Robinson Pelham, a gift from her parents.
Now, years later, the couple has three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. And is preparing to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary.
Prince William and Kate usually celebrate their anniversary in private. And last year was exceptionally limiting on what they can do because of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, this year, the couple will have an option to mark their big day by enjoying a special meal when restaurants and pubs reopen for outdoor dining from 12 April.
Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister, unveiled his roadmap out of lockdown on Monday, with four key stages.
Podcast hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed what Prince William and Kate could do for the anniversary.
“Covid-providing, of course, they will want to make sure to mark the occasion., Florito said.
“I think especially because Kate had to have such a lowkey birthday this year.
“It would be such a bright spot in the year with everything that’s still going on.
“Also it’s important for them as the future of the monarchy. It really shows how stable they are.
According to reports, the Queen is also planning a special surprise to honor the Duchess of Cambridge.
Larcombe told OK! magazine: “It’s highly likely she’ll be planning a special secret something to honour Kate’s 10 years in the royal family. Something she can do to mark it.
“Kate and the Queen have a fantastic relationship.