Royal PDA Alert: Prince William and Kate Middleton look all loved up as they hold hands during Princess Eugenie's wedding
Cameras that were stationed to cover the wedding, as well as the wedding party, captured video footage of the Duke and Duchess' incredibly romantic moment just before 11 am local time
Weddings are definitely the time for some PDA, and Prince William, along with his wife Kate Middleton, took full advantage of the moment at their cousin Princess Eugenie's royal wedding. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted holding hands while waiting for Princess Eugenie to walk down the aisle and tie the knot with her partner Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Friday, October 12.
Cameras that were stationed to cover the wedding, as well as the wedding party, captured video footage of the Duke and Duchess' incredibly romantic moment just before 11 a.m. local time, reports Us Weekly.
Kate arrived at the royal wedding in a stunning fuchsia Alexander McQueen dress while William too looked very suave and handsome in a suit. The couple's elder children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were given the royal duty of being pageboy and bridesmaid to their loving aunt Eugenie.
The pictures of William and Kate's PDA comes after the couple recently went for their first royal engagement together since the birth of their youngest son, Prince Luis. The duo attended the inaugural Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit at County Hall near River Thames.
For the event, the mother-of-three was dressed in her usual dress and heels combination, and she looked absolutely radiant in her purple A-line dress that came with a flattering waist belt. The Duchess had previously worn the Emilia Wickstead design in 2017, while in Hamburg on a royal tour of Germany along with Princess Charlotte and Prince George, as reported earlier.
Kate further accentuated her dress by pairing it with a new handbag by British brand Aspinal of London. It seemed like even Prince William picked up on his wife's thrifty fashion sense, as he too dressed up in the same suit and tie combination he wore in Hamburg in 2017, the purple tie once again perfectly complementing Kate’s look.
The inaugural Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit was co-hosted by the British government and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), where the royal couple got to hear about presentations on two case studies of active mental health programs from the U.S. and Slovenia.