- On April 29, 2011, Prince William and Kate Middleton were joined in holy matrimony at the Westminster Abbey
- The couple marked their Tin Anniversary with a photoshoot at home, Kensington Palace
- Coming hot on the heels of mourning the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, William and Kate had the rest of their anniversary in private
It is 10 years since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton had their royal wedding at the Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.
To celebrate the decade, the couple had a photoshoot from which they shared two beautiful photos with the public.
The photos, taken by Camera Press photographer Chris Floyd, show the couple all smiles in matching blue outfits.
Kate wore an Avery floral print light blue dress while Prince William donned a blue sweater and slacks.
The photos shared on the family's Instagram account were captioned "10 years."
After a decade of being together, the couple has been blessed with three children; Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Chris, the photographer, was elated to have had the honour of photographing the royals on their anniversary.
"The day I visited Cambridge for the first time in my life was also the day I was approached to photograph the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their tenth wedding anniversary. It was a thrill to spend some time with them at Kensington Palace, especially as the Duchess is a rather keen photographer," he said.
Coming hot on the heels of mourning the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, William and Kate celebrated the rest of their day in private.
During their wedding in 2011, Prince Harry, who has since stepped down from royal duties, was William's best man while Kate's sister Pippa took the role of maid of honour.
Last month, William and Kate returned to the site of their wedding which has since been changed into a vaccination centre.
Meanwhile Briefly News reported that Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will co-chair a fundraising concert endorsing increased coronavirus vaccinations globally. The event, which will air on 8 May, will be attended by US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill, event organisers announced on Tuesday.
The campaign, organised by Global Citizen, an international advocacy organisation, is pushing businesses to "donate dollars for doses" and for G7 governments to share excess vaccines.
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