Kate and William release TWO brand new pictures to mark their 10th wedding anniversary 4 months ago

Kate and William release TWO brand new pictures to mark their 10th wedding anniversary

A decade of wedded bliss!

On 29 April 2011, Kate Middleton – watched by millions and millions of viewers from across the globe – walked down the aisle at Westminster Abbey to marry her prince.

Fast forward 10 years, and the royal couple seem as blissfully happy now – a decade and three children later – as they did back then.

And to mark the occasion of their wedding anniversary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released two gorgeous new portraits, taken earlier this week at their London home at Kensington Palace.

In the snaps, which are gloriously happy in their colour and mood, Kate, 39, is seen wearing the pretty Avery wrap dress by Ghost, while her husband, 38, is sporting a look he clearly seems to favour, the smart casual combo of shirt under a jumper.

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Standing in the courtyard and garden of Kensington Palace, the parents-of-three seem happy, at ease and still very much in love.

Lately, most family snaps we have seen from the Cambridges have been taken by Kate herself, but this time, having to be in front of the camera, the couple turned to famed rock photographer Chris Floyd to take their anniversary pictures.

According to a source the Daily Mail spoke to, while the notoriously family-oriented couple will no doubt mark their anniversary in private, they will more than likely be out 'doing the school run as normal' – as children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, who turns six on Sunday, and Prince Louis, three – always come first.