An arrival as a symbol. Ten years ago, on April 29, 2011, it was with his brother that Prince William wanted to spend his last moments as a “single” man. A few months before marrying Kate Middleton, the one who was then his companion for ten years, the Duke of Cambridge logically proposed to his younger brother to be his witness. An important role, which Prince Harry took literally. And on D-Day, the Duke of Sussex was a big help in reassuring his brother. Anguished by the happiest day of his life and by the expectation of the British, the dad of George, Charlotte and Louis almost had a panic attack. “He was terrified,” said a front-row reporter on 50 ‘Inside on Saturday, May 1.
“So much so that before arriving, they isolated themselves with Harry in a small room so that William could breathe,” he continued. And while he helped Prince William, he also properly celebrated his new sister-in-law. Meghan Markle’s husband has indeed visibly succeeded in making the day even more memorable for the newlyweds and their 300 wedding guests. The Duke of Sussex had reserved a nice surprise for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after they shared a lovely kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. In her biography Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, Katie Nicholl revealed that Prince Harry made Kate Middleton cry during her speech.
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“It was affectionate, warm, funny and touched William deeply,” she explained. And the groom was not the only one to be very moved. “When he said the couple’s romance had inspired her, there was a shy smile from Chelsy, while Kate shed a tear,” continued the specialist. Ten years later, and while relations between the two brothers have become frosty, Prince Harry still had a nice gesture to celebrate this special day. According to People magazine, it was in private that the Duke of Sussex, joined by his wife Meghan Markle, celebrated Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 10-year marriage, while many members of the royal family grabbed hold of each other social networks.
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