Prince William and Kate Middleton are honoring their 10th wedding anniversary by blessing us with beautiful new photos. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge look just as in love as they did on their wedding day in these new portraits, taken by Chris Floyd.
“I recently visited Cambridge for the first time in my life,” Floyd shared about photographing Prince William and Kate Middleton. “That same day, by an astonishing coincidence, was also the day I was asked to photograph the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their 10th wedding anniversary.”
The royal couple tied the knot on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey. The televised service was watched by 29 million Americans and aired on 15 channels, Nielsen calculated. To say it was an iconic moment is an understatement. Since their wedding, they’ve welcomed three children: Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, who turns six on Sunday, and Prince Louis, three.
The Duke and Duchess recently took a literal walk down memory lane in March when they visited their wedding venue. The royals visited the COVID-19 vaccination center at Westminster Abbey. Despite living during a pandemic, they’re seemingly still finding special moments to celebrate their relationship.
“There has been a relaxing of the body language rituals of William and Kate recently,” body language expert Judi James told the Daily Mail last year. “The Cambridges [have become] much more openly affectionate during their public appearances.”
James continued, “It has appeared to allow William and Kate to relax a little more in public and to show some very authentic-looking glimpses of their relationship, rather than forcing them to put on a fake performance for the cameras.”