Monday is eight years since Prince William (36) and Duchess Kate (37) gave each other their "yes" during a grand ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London. Since then, the upcoming crown prince couple have been on a number of official missions together with their three children, Prince George (5), Princess Charlotte (3) and Prince Louis (1).
Whether the couple has a tradition of celebrating the wedding day is unknown, but in recent days Prince William has been on an official visit to New Zealand, where he visited the victims after the terror in Christchurch.
OIf for this reason the prince was unable to do anything special for his wife on this wedding day, at least Grandmother Queen Elizabeth (93) managed to get stuck on the Duchess.
On Monday evening, the Royal House announced that Queen Elizabeth gave Duchess Kate a new title for their wedding day.
The title Duchess that has now been awarded is Dame Grand Cross, which can be translated into great cross lady in Norwegian and is with the Royal Victoria Order. It is a knight plan established by Queen Victoria in 1896.
The Order is a family order that depends entirely on the desire of the king and is distributed by the queen herself.
The title is given as a reward for those who have earned the queen or the monarchy in a special way, it says on the website of the royal family.
On the occasion of the couple's wedding day, the royal family also shared a photo of the couple's wedding day on their official Instagram account.
– Eight years today. Thank you for all kind regards on the occasion of the wedding day of the duke and duchess of Cambridge, it says in the official post.
When the couple got married on April 29, 2011, it was ready for a big party in Britain.
The bride was beautifully beautiful in a specially crafted lace dress by Alexander McQueen and Duchess Kate (34) garnered praise for the wedding dress in the fashion press worldwide. It was McQueen's chief designer, Sarah Burton, who was the brain behind the dream dress.
At that time there was excitement about whether Kate would act if her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, when she married Prince Charles in 1981, and omitted the promise to obey her husband, who was shocking at the time.
Kate did it – she promised to love and honor, but not to obey.
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