The royal couple tied the knot on April 29, 2011 at London’s Westminster Abbey. That time, Prince Harry served as his brother’s best man.
They weren’t the only ones from the royal family who joined in celebrating the couple’s 10th anniversary as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles also shared their well wishes to the lovely couple through social media.
Early last year, Prince Harry and Meghan decided to step down from their duties as senior royals and came to the United States where they’re currently residing with their son Archie. For the first time in over a year, Prince Harry reunited with his brother, Kate, and the other members of the royal family on April 17 to attend the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip.
Meanwhile, Meghan didn’t make it to the funeral. Her doctor advised her not to travel because she’s pregnant with their second child, a baby girl. Instead, she and Archie, who’s turning 2 on May 6, have to stay in California.
Prince William and Prince Harry walked separately during the procession behind their grandfather’s coffin. Many noticed the two brothers were talking casually and walking together as the family exited from the chapel after the funeral service.
Historian Robert Lacey, who also authored the bestselling biography, Battle of Brothers, told PEOPLE, “The procession choreography, in retrospect, was a mistake. As we saw, they could have walked side-by-side quite happily after all. What pleased me afterward was that it all seemed so totally natural, and they drifted to each other like the old days.”- Advertisement -
The brothers were seen talking alongside Kate while leaving St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Many noticed them talking as they walked away from the chapel while Kate gave them a bit of privacy as she stepped back to chat with the Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
Prince William and Kate released two portraits in celebration of their 10th anniversary. The portrait was taken earlier week together with a video featuring some rare glimpses into their wonderful family life together with their children namely Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, who’s turning 6 on May 2, and Prince Louis who just turned three last week.