Prince William and Kate Middleton release never-before-seen photo to mark 13th wedding anniversary

Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a previously unseen wedding photo this week as they celebrate 13 years of marriage.

The Prince and Princess of Wales tied the knot on April 29, 2011. Yesterday, they posted this new picture to commemorate their emotional anniversary.

The black-and-white photo captures Kate holding her wedding bouquet, with William standing behind her, his hands lovingly placed on her waist.

“13 years ago today!” read the caption on the couple’s social media channels.

The photo credit goes to Millie Pilkington, the portrait photographer who also took the image of King Charles and Queen Camilla released for their first coronation anniversary.

Prince William and Kate met as students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in 2001, ten years before their wedding. The couple now has three children: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 6.


Although sharing a never-before-seen portrait from their wedding day might not seem significant, royal fans worldwide eagerly welcome any update following the shocking announcement of Kate’s cancer diagnosis.

Earlier this year, the Princess of Wales became the subject of widespread speculation after stepping back from the public eye following what Kensington Palace described as a “planned abdominal procedure” in January.

Kate eventually disclosed that she had been diagnosed with cancer, though she did not specify the type or stage. In the same announcement, she confirmed that she would undergo preventative chemotherapy to combat the disease.

There hasn’t been much information about the Princess’s condition or health since then, though William resumed his royal duties last week.

“He is a very reliable, strong person. She doesn’t feel isolated in this because of William, who is right beside her,” a source told PEOPLE, highlighting the royal couple’s strong bond.

According to PEOPLE, William and Kate spend a lot of time at their country home, Anmer Hall, part of the royal estate of Sandringham. It is there that Kate is said to feel most ‘at home’.

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