Yesterday, the Dukes of Cambridge celebrated their first year of marriage. Despite the fact of not having many details on the celebration of this first anniversary, William and Kate, are preparing to proceed with the official agenda.
This Wednesday, the Dukes will visit around 100 children for the premiere of the documentary of the African cats. The next day, they will attend a reception at the Goldsmiths Hall to commemorate the famous race to the South Pole Amundsen Scott and adventurers, and will finally attend their appointment in the Imperial War Museum for a fundraising campaign aimed at creating new galleries to host exhibitions of the First World War.
The wedding of these two young princes has been one of the most iconic of all time. During this first year, Kate and William have been the focus of the press. The most important theme is the transition from Kate, who became the Duchess of Cambridge and earned the affection and respect of the royal family. Despite the pressure fell on his shoulders, Kate learned to get used to her role as Duchess and her public appearances.
The young Dukes are living their best moments of their marriage and even though a future child is expected, they continue to meet their actual activities and personally experiencing unique moments, simple and romantic.