Queen ‘to honour’ Kate Middleton’s 10-year anniversary as member of royal family
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Kate Middleton and Prince William's tenth wedding anniversary is next month, meaning the Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate a decade of being part of the royal family.
The Duchess, mum to Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five and Prince Louis, one, has a "fantastic" relationship with the Queen, an expert has claimed.
According to royal expert Duncan Larcombe, the monarch is likely to honour her granddaughter-in-law's entry into The Firm for the special date, writes OK!.
He said: “I think it's highly likely she'll be planning something to honour Kate's 10 years in the royal family."
“Something she can do to mark it.”
He adds: “Kate and the Queen have a fantastic relationship. Kate strikes that balance between bowing to her as the head of the royal family in public but being able to check in with her as the great grandmother to her children.
"She has her own direct line to the queen.”
According to the expert, it was Kate who taught the Queen to use Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic, so she has been able to conduct virtual meetings.
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"They've stayed in touch over video calls,” Duncan added.
“Kate will check in on the Queen and give her updates on the children. But also lean on her for advice.”
This week, she and Queen visited their wedding venue 10 years on, Westminster Abbey, which has now been turned into a vaccination centre to help combat coronavirus.
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The visit saw the Cambridges recreate their walk down the aisle ten years on, with fans comparing photos from the day to the iconic wedding in April 2011.
Kate, 39, wore an off-white knee-length coat dress paired with tanned heels.
Kate and William, both 38, wore face coverings as they visited the centre on the one year anniversary of lockdown.
William wore a smart navy suit with a white shirt, brown tie and black shoes.
Kate and William were accompanied by the Dean of Westminster Reverend Dr David Hoyle and Clerk Paul Baumann as they paid tributes to those involved in the vaccine rollout.
The visit came a year to the day the UK was plunged into the first national lockdown amid the Covid pandemic.
- Prince William
- Royal Family
- Kate Middleton Duchess Of Cambridge
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