The sovereign William and Duchess Kate praised their tenth wedding anniversary on Thursday, making the couple the best illustrious marriage yet of Queen Elizabeth II’s six adult grandchildren.
It is likely safe to expect the two not to exchange pewter gifts, although this is the custom for tenth commemorations: it is a fruitful marriage that is adaptable, strong, and able to spin without breaking.
That absolutely sums up the union of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but perhaps jewels and gold are a superior choice for a future ruler and his sovereign partner.
On Wednesday, the Cambridges delivered two new photos for the event, which the photo artist Chris Floyd needed for the current week at Kensington Palace. The photos show the couple in cozy positions, hands or arms crossed.
They are dressed casually and grin extensively. He is wearing a blue sweater, shirt, and jeans; She wears a blue wrap dress made of pure material. In one photo they give the impression of staying on a castle terrace, in the other they are sitting in the grass.
On Thursday they provided a video of the whole family playing out in Norfolk that fall, staying on a coast, walking through woods and cooking marshmallows on a fire.
A message has been added to the video filmed by Will Warr and posted on Twitter and Instagram.
“Many thanks to everyone for the benevolent messages about our wedding celebration. We are very grateful for the 10 years of help we have received in our family life. W and C ”
In any event, the couple is unlikely to openly reveal their private intentions to stamp the commemoration of their amazing April 29, 2011 wedding at Westminster Abbey, London.