They’re 10-years already! Prince William and Kate Middleton recently released a new set of portraits to celebrate their 10-year tin anniversary.
In the photo that was snapped at Kensington Palace this week the couple appeared in blue with Prince William in a blue shirt and blue sweater combo as well and Kate Middleton in a blue wrap dress.
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The senior royal couple had their wedding in Westminster Abbey in 2011, April 29, and have welcomed three children together since then, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
After Harry and Meghan officially stepped down as senior royal, William and Kate have continued with their royal duties… as they were carrying out official duties this week in northeast England on Tuesday.
They met with youngsters assisted by the Cheesy Waffles Project, which was designed to assist those with learning disabilities transition into adulthood.
According to People Magazine, “there was a poignancy to the timing of their visit,” as the CWP is partially funded by an organization named the Key, which was one of 26 groups given an infusion of funds in 2011 when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge asked for donations to their Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund in lieu of presents.
However, less warm and fuzzy royal news, any rapprochement between William’s brother Harry and senior members of the royal family reportedly hit the skids last week, pinned on continuing leaks from the Sussex side, according to a report by The Sun.
After Prince Philip’s funeral, Prince Harry met privately with Prince William and their father, Prince Charles, in what was perceived as a reconciliation meeting following the continuing drama over Harry and wife Meghan Markle’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s biographer Omid Scobie recently said the Duchess of Sussex spoke to the Queen, “breaking the ice for future conversations,” but pointed out clearly that “outstanding issues have not been addressed at any great length.”