The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posed for portraits taken at Kensington Palace this week to mark their 10th wedding anniversary on April 29, 2021.
The royal couple also released a home video shot by Will Warr which shows the happy family-of-five playing on a beach and enjoying the garden of their Anmer Hall home.
The video appears to have been shot on the same day the Cambridge family sat for a family portrait which served as their official 2020 Christmas card.
For the anniversary portrait shoot, Kate wore her blue Ghost 'Avery' Wrap Floral Print Dress first seen during the 2019 Pakistan tour.
The Duchess added a daisy shaped pendant necklace we have not seen her wear before.
It appears to be the Asprey London Daisy Heritage Diamond Pendant (Â£9,975) featuring individually set micro marquise cut stones representing the flower's petals.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled up to County Durham on Tuesday for a day of engagements in north east England.
The royal couple first paid a visit to Manor Farm located in Darlington to see how this family-run farm is becoming environmentally sustainable and working toward the UKâs 2050 net-zero carbon target.
William and Kate later visited the Cheesy Waffles Project, a charity which provides children, young people and adults with additional needs aged 7 to 35 from across County Durham with the skills and independence they need to transition to a happy and healthy adulthood. The charity benefited from the Royal Wedding Charitable Gift fund, set up following their wedding in 2011.
KATE'S OUTFIT - Manor Farm
JACKET: NEW! Seeland Women's Woodcock Advanced Jacket (Â£189.99).
KNITWEAR: Brora x TROY Almond Supersoft Lambswool Fair Isle Jumper (repeat).
BLOUSE: SÃ©zane Marguerite Shirt (repeat).
BOOTS: Penelope Chilvers Long Tassel Boot (repeat).
EARRINGS: Orelia Gold Chain Huggie Hoop Earrings (repeat).
KATE'S OUTFIT - Cheesy Waffles Project
Kate swapped her jacket and boots for the visit to the Cheesy Waffles Project. She sported her Barbour 'Longshore' Quilted Jacket and See By ChloÃ© Combat Ankle Boots.
On Thursday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the 282 East Ham Squadron, Air Training Corps in East London to honour Prince Philip, who served as Air Commodore-in-Chief of the Royal Air Force (RAF) Air Cadets for 63 years.
In 2015, The Duke of Edinburgh passed his RAF Air Cadets military patronage to The Duchess of Cambridge, who became Honorary Air Commandant.
William and Kate saw how the 282 Squadron supports its Air Cadets to gain skills and qualifications across a variety of different disciplines. The Duchess tried her hand at the flight simulator.
The royal couple also spoke to a number of the young people who are preparing for their Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
COAT: Dolce & Gabbana Black Collarless Double Breasted Coat (repeat).
HANDBAG: Mulberry 'Bayswater' Black Suede Clutch (repeat).
SHOES: Tod's Black Suede Block Heel Pumps (repeat).
MASK: Amaia black Duke/Duchess cotton face mask (repeat).
On Saturday, the British Royal Family gathered at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle to lay to rest Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
The Duke who passed away peacefully last Thursday at the age of 99 was farewelled in an intimate service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury and Dean of Windsor, who spoke of the “unwavering support” Philip gave the Queen over their 73-year marriage.
Due to the public health guidelines, some elements of the funeral plan had been modified, although the day was still be very much in keeping with the Duke's wishes. You can read more about the funeral service via the royal.uk website.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Windsor Castle with Prince William in a chauffeured Range Rover.
Kate wore a black dress with an asymmetric neckline.
It appears to be the Roland Mouret Asymmetric Neck Dress which she first wore in 2018 for the Festival of Remembrance (shown below).
Prior to the service, the Duchess put on an a-line black coat featuring a large bow at the neckline.
It is the 'Beau Tie' wool coatdress by Catherine Walker shown below in scarlet red.
Kate's jewellery consisted of sentimental pieces belonging to Her Majesty.
The necklace is the Four Row Pearl Choker. You may recall Kate wearing this necklace for a private dinner at Windsor Castle in 2017, celebrating the Queen and Prince Philip’s 70th wedding anniversary.
The Duchess complemented the stately choker with the Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings.
Kate wore her hair in an elaborate chignon and brought back the Philip Treacy hat first worn for Remembrance Sunday in 2019.
The Duchess carried her black Jimmy Choo 'Celeste' velvet clutch and on her feet were the Gianvito Rossi 105 suede pumps.
The mask appears to be the black Amaia Duke/Duchess cotton face mask.
May His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh rest in peace.
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