Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 10th Anniversary Is the Calm Before the Storm
Prince William and Kate 10th Anniversary, It has been a long 10 years in Buckingham Palace since Prince William walked into Westminster Abbey,
leaned over to his father-in-law Michael Middleton, and joked, “It was supposed to be a small family affair.”
As his bride made her way down the aisle, his brother Prince Harry whispered to him,
“Wait till you see the dress.”
And on their way out, Kate, according to lip-readers, said to William, “I’m so happy.”
The bride and groom later emerged from the palace gates in a dark blue
Aston Martin DB6 Mark 2 featuring the number plate “JU5T WED”.
It was the perfect common touch to end a very grand day.
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Since that joyous afternoon 10 years ago, much has changed, but, despite a sea of troubles, and unfounded rumors of an affair, the couple are still as happily married as ever.
Indeed, see the pictures released via William and Kate’s social media late yesterday to celebrate their anniversary: outdoors, fresh-faced, holding each other, laughing and smiling, no black-and-white, moody theatrics, some low-key knitwear, and (of course!) excellent hair and dentistry.
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“They just get on with it,” one friend told The Daily Beast. “Kate is amazing, really nice, very diplomatic. Everybody likes her and it’s all basically “no drama’.”
distant memory of pre-COVID times.
Their lives are, for the most part, shockingly dull, friends say. Occasional glamorous foreign holidays are a distant memory of pre-COVID times.
One or other does the school run from Kensington Palace to Battersea every day.
(Prince George and Princess Charlotte both go to Thomas’s Battersea in South London,
and Louis is expected to join them either this year or next.)
I have been told by a reliable source that Kate has always refused to have a full-time housekeeper, firmly insisting that George, Charlotte,
and Louis should understand that William loads the dishwasher and makes his own toast (hot buttered toast is a weakness of William’s,
friends say, although Catherine, as he always calls her, has successfully encouraged him to cut down on carbs.)