You can re-live the Royal Wedding that took place ten years ago today with True Royalty.
On their streaming service, William and Kate: The Wedding is available for viewing. Remember the first sight of Catherine in her Alexander McQueen gown, the couple saying their vows in front of millions, the magnificent carriage ride from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace and of course the balcony kiss.
The 45-minute documentary relives some of the most magical moments from 29 April 2011 and features insight into the planning for the biggest wedding of the century. Hear from commentators like OK Magazine’s Ashley Pearson and royal correspondent Eva Pollard on the planning and execution of the event and see an excerpt from an interview with Fiona Cairns who was in charge of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake.
True Royalty’s talk show, The Royal Beat also has a special focusing on the wedding and romance. “A Royal Love Story” is a 41-minute episode that sees host Kate Thornton joined by royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah, royal biographer Angela Levin and the Daily Mirror’s Royal Editor Russell Myers.
There are many more documentaries focused on the Cambridges available, as well. Take a look at how their romance grew in William and Kate: The Early Years and see what they have been like as parents in William and Kate: The Baby Years. New to True Royalty, William and Kate: A Year On takes a look at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first year of married life.
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