It’s been 10 years since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got married at Westminster Abbey. When they left Buckingham Palace hand-in-hand the day after their wedding, the royal couple weren’t just bound for their secret honeymoon location. They were also about to embark on a life together that has seen them travel the world, work with charities and raise a family.
Ahead of their 10th wedding anniversary, The Cambridges issued two new portraits to mark the occasion. They were taken by photographer Chris Floyd earlier this week and show the couple outside Kensington Palace.
The pictures were also posted on the Royal Family’s social media accounts, alongside a message reading: “Wishing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a very happy wedding anniversary.”
Kate and William are pictured standing in the courtyard at their official London residence as well as sitting in the garden.