There is another royal wedding on the horizon, but Sunday was all about celebrating seven years since Prince William and Kate Middleton made a knot.
The Kensington Palace shared a delightful photo of the couple's 2011 wedding anniversary with a blue convertible, with William at the wheel while his bride beckons to the spectators. The car is decorated with balloons, streamers and a license plate with the inscription "JU5T WED", with the number five deftly taking the place of an "S".
"Today seven years ago – thanks for all the lovely messages on The Duchess and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding day," Kensington Palace caption the recording.
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The duo met as students at the University of St Andrews. Prince William banged the big question in 2010 with an iconic sapphire and diamond engagement ring that once belonged to his mother, the late Princess Diana.
Her fairytale wedding took place the following year in London's Westminster Abbey, where Kate in an Alexander stunned McQueen dress, while William wore his bright red uniform of the Irish Guards Mounted Officer. The newlyweds lived in Kensington Palace.