The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated their 10th anniversary on Thursday by revealing photos showing couples cuddling in happy hugs contrasted with the tensions that have held the British royal family over the past few weeks.
The image shows Prince William and former Kate Middleton, second to the throne, in complementary shades of blue. One image is reminiscent of an engagement photo.
William married a former college flatmate at an event that aired around the world on April 29, 2011 in Westminster Abbey. They have three children: Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5 years old and Prince Louis, 3 years old. A traditional gift for the 10th anniversary of the wedding is tin, a symbol of durability.
The celebration takes place 12 days after the funeral of William’s grandfather Prince Philip, who died at 99 on April 9.
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, were shaken in an interview last month in an interview that claimed that a royal employee was indifferent to Meghan and that a royal family member made racist remarks about the couple’s first child. William’s younger brother Harry resigned from the royal family last year and moved to California with his wife and son.