It was April 29, 2011. In Westminster Abbey in London, Prince William and Kate Middleton were saying “yes” to many guests for what is considered today one of the most significant royal weddings. . A union which was celebrated 10 years ago, and which celebrates its anniversary Thursday, April 29. So for the occasion, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not fail to share adorable pictures, which show how much even after all these years they have lost nothing of their bond, and of their love. This time, it is not Kate Middleton, official amateur photographer of the royal family, but Chris Floyd who immortalized the couple.
In these photos, Kate Middleton is wearing a sky blue dress tied in a wrap over top, with a top printed with flowers and a bottom printed with polka dots. Prince William opted for a sweater over a denim shirt and navy blue pants. And they appear happier than ever, the Duke of Cambridge having initially doubted his relationship with the one he met at university, and that he was slow to propose in marriage, earning Kate Middleton the nickname of ” Katie waity “(Katie waits, editor’s note) in the British press, who was impatient for a new royal wedding to be celebrated.
Prince William’s incredible marriage proposal to Kate Middleton
But it was finally in 2010 during a trip to Africa that Prince William ended up asking Kate Middleton in marriage, by offering her in particular the engagement ring of his mother, Lady Diana. A symbolic jewel offered to the woman of his life, on the advice of Prince Harry, who was notably the first to know the intentions of his big brother about this union. “His brother was impressed by William’s romantic plan to offer Kate in an isolated lodge in Kenya, East Africa, accessible only by helicopter,” says Ingrid Seward, a royal expert at The Express, who specifies that, full of resources on the humor side, Prince Harry suggested to her to have “a bottle of champagne on hand if she said yes, and also a bottle of brandy in case she said no”, she reported . And champagne is still relevant 10 years later.
Prince William and Kate Middleton © GOFF INF