Prince William And Kate Middleton Release Never-Before-Seen Photo To Mark 13th Wedding Anniversary

Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a never-before-seen photo from their wedding this week as they celebrate 13 years of marriage.

The Prince and Princess of Wales married on April 29, 2011—can you believe it's been that long? Yesterday, they shared the mentioned photo to commemorate their heartfelt anniversary.

The black-and-white image shows Kate holding her wedding bouquet, with William standing behind her, his hands lovingly placed on her waist.

“13 years ago today!” the caption of the post, shared across the couple’s social media channels, read.

Credit for the new image goes to Millie Pilkington, the portrait photographer who also captured the photo of King Charles and Queen Camilla released for the first anniversary of their coronation.

Prince William and Kate first met as students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in 2001, a decade before their eventual wedding. The couple now have three children: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 6.

While sharing a previously unseen portrait from their wedding day might not seem like a big deal, royal fans worldwide eagerly welcome any updates following the shocking announcement of Kate’s cancer diagnosis.

Earlier this year, the Princess of Wales became the subject of widespread speculation after she stepped back from the public eye following what Kensington Palace described as a "planned abdominal procedure" in January.

Kate eventually disclosed her cancer diagnosis to the public, though she did not specify the type or stage of the cancer. In the same video, she confirmed she would undergo preventative chemotherapy to combat the disease.

Since then, little has been disclosed about the Princess's condition or health, though William resumed his royal duties last week.

“He is a very reliable, strong person. She doesn’t feel isolated in this because of William, who is right beside her,” a source told PEOPLE of the royal couple’s bond.

According to PEOPLE, William and Kate are known to spend a lot of time at their country home of Anmer Hall, part of the royal estate of Sandringham. It is there that Kate is said to feel most ‘at home’.

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