Kate Middleton and Prince William's 10-year wedding anniversary in April will give a glimpse of "the future of the monarchy," a royal expert has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be celebrating 10 years of marriage on April 29.
Will and Kate started getting to know each other when they met at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
They were good friends before romance blossomed, and they dated for a further seven years before getting engaged.
And Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William will want to mark their wedding anniversary this year with a special celebration, according to royal commentators.
Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed what the couple could do for the occasion, Express.co.uk reports.
Ms Fiorito told listeners: "Kate met Prince William in 2001, and the rest is history.
"We have to mention the fact that they're celebrating 10 years of marriage this year.
"That went by in a blink, it really really did. I feel like they have so so much to show for it."
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She continued: "Covid-providing, of course, they will want to make sure to mark the occasion.
"I think especially because Kate had to have such a lowkey birthday this year.
"It would be such a bright spot in the year with everything that's still going on.
"Also it's important for them as the future of the monarchy. It really shows how stable they are."
The Duchess had celebrated her 39th birthday on January 9.
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However, due to the national lockdown in England, she was only able to celebrate it with a tea party hosted by her family in their Norfolk home.
The royal commentators also discussed Kate's early life before she met the Duke.
Ms Bowie said: "Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born in Reading, Berkshire, a town in southeast England.
"We are very familiar that she's the oldest of three kids; Pippa was second born and then James last.
"She, as we also know, is a commoner and her parents met working as flight attendants at British Airways.
"I always think that's such a fun detail.
"They founded Party Pieces when Kate was five."
The future Duchess met her husband-to-be while they were both attending the University of St Andrew's in Scotland.
After a few breakups, Prince William officially popped the question during a visit to Kenya and the pair publicly announced their engagement in October 2010.
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