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Catherine and William Shares Unseen Sweet Photo To Celebrate 13th Wedding Anniversary

Catherine and William Shares Unseen Sweet Photo To Celebrate 13th Wedding Anniversary

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To show that love is always as strong as in the beginning, Princess Catherine and Prince William recently shared an endearing photo never seen before to mark their 13th wedding anniversary. The milestone comes as the Princess of Wales continues to undergo chemotherapy following a cancer diagnosis earlier this year. In sharing her shocking news last month, she appealed for time, space, and privacy as she continues her treatment.

The couple, known for their grace and devotion to each other, took to social media to express their gratitude and joy on this special occasion. Looking just as in love as they did when they first got married, the Princess of Wales, who is undergoing chemotherapy for an undisclosed cancer, married future King Prince William at Westminster Abbey in April 2011 in a service that was watched by 36.7 million people across the world. Now, 13 years on, with three young children, the couple appeared more in love than ever in a sweet outdoor snap posted on their social media accounts.

The Kensington Palace account on X released a new photo of the couple from the wedding day by photographer Millie Pilkington, saying “13 years ago today.” It shows the couple smiling for the camera with Catherine in her Alexander McQueen wedding gown and William in military uniform in a snap taken at Buckingham Palace. In the picture, the princess is wearing her stunning wedding dress and tiara and clutching her wedding bouquet. William stands beside her with his hands on his new bride. The couple are both beaming with happiness.

The captivating image captures a tender moment between the Prince and Princess of Wales, radiating affection and happiness set against a backdrop of natural beauty. The couple’s genuine smiles speak volumes about their enduring bond and commitment to each other. The couple’s official wedding photographer was Hugo Burnand, but they also hired Miss Pilkington to be a private photographer. Miss Pilkington is also the photographer who took the picture of King Charles and Queen Camilla released last Friday.

Last month, Catherine praised her husband William for his support during an incredibly tough couple of months for their entire family. In an emotional message to the nation announcing her health news, she said, “Having William by my side is a great source of comfort and reassurance.” The Princess of Wales told how her diagnosis had come as a huge shock and that she and William have been doing everything we can to process and manage this privately for the sake of our young family.

As they celebrate 13 years of marriage, Princess Catherine and Prince William continue to inspire millions around the world with their unwavering love and dedication. Through both triumphs and challenges, their relationship stands as a testament to the power of love, respect, and mutual support. The princess called him a loving boyfriend who was very supportive of her through the good times and also through the bad times.

They wed in a grand fairy tale ceremony in Westminster Abbey on April 29th, 2011, with the aisle of the gothic church lined with trees. The bride wore an intricate ivory gown with lace applique floral detail designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, while the groom was dressed in the red tunic of the Irish Guards. Fans and well-wishers flooded social media with messages of congratulations and admiration for the royal couple, applauding their exemplary partnership and role as global ambassadors of goodwill in a world often tumultuous and uncertain.

The enduring love story of Princess Catherine and Prince William serves as a beacon of hope and a reminder of the enduring power of love to transcend time and circumstance. As they embark on the next chapter of their journey together, may their love continue to shine brightly and inspire generations to come.

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