The Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate, are set to celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary on Saturday, April 29. To mark the occasion, the couple visited South Wales Valleys and Mid Wales, a place that holds special memories for the couple.
The Prince and Princess got married in a royal wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011, which was watched by people worldwide. Princess Kate looked stunning in a satin and lace gown designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, and she wore the Cartier Halo tiara on loan from the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Before their wedding, the couple lived in a cottage on the Bodorgan Estate in Anglesey, where William was stationed as a search and rescue pilot. During their recent visit to Wales, The Prince and Princess of Wales will visit a Welsh rugby club and socialize with mountain rescue climbers.
The couple's milestone tenth wedding anniversary was celebrated in 2021, and to mark the occasion, Kensington Palace shared new portraits of Prince and Princess of Wales, taken by photographer Chris Floyd. The pictures captured the couple's love and affection for each other, and they were appreciated by people worldwide.
The Prince and Princess of Wales recently celebrated their son Prince Louis' fifth birthday, which was marked by the palace sharing two new images of the young prince. In one of the pictures, Louis can be seen laughing as his mother pushes him in a wheelbarrow. Princess Kate usually takes her children's official portraits, but for this occasion, she enlisted the help of Millie Pilkington, who was their private photographer at their wedding.
As the couple celebrates their twelfth anniversary this weekend, they will undoubtedly reflect on their journey so far and look forward to many more happy years together. They have been an inspiration to many people worldwide, with their love for each other and their commitment to public service. Their marriage has been a source of strength, and they have shown that love conquers all.