Prince William and Kate Middleton thank public for ‘lovely messages’ as they celebrate ninth wedding anniversary | London Evening Standard

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The and Duchess have marked their ninth wedding anniversary with a throwback of their glittering wedding day.

and married at on April 29 2011 – with an estimated two billion  tuning in to the televised service around the .

relived the royals’ special day with a post thanking the for their well-wishes.

Alongside a of the beaming bride and groom they : “Nine years ago — thank you for your lovely on and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding anniversary!”

to three , and Louis – the couple celebrate the day with none of the fanfare of the original event.

While crowds lined the streets of to wave on the wedding procession, the pair will the occasion from the comfort of their in , as the nationwide  continues.

The are staying at Anmer , from where the duke and duchess have continued to remotely.

William’s wedding to his former university flatmate was one of the highest profile of 2011.

Some 2,000 guests filled Westminster Abbey to see the future marry Kate – making her an HRH, a duchess and a future .

The grand affair featured two , two receptions, a carriage procession through central London, flypasts and two kisses on the balcony.

The bride wore an intricate lace gown designed by for McQueen for the service, while the groom was dressed in the tunic of the Irish Guards.

After the service, the newlyweds travelled in an -topped carriage for the 15-minute journey from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace, with more than a million people lining the procession route.

Much attention was given to Kate’s sister Pippa for her figure-hugging bridesmaid , with a page set up in honour of her bottom.

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