From Meghan’s blossoming bump to the birth of the couple’s son, Archie, in May, and Meghan’s refusal to pander to royal tradition with a photocall on the steps of the Lindo Wing, the Sussexes have made headlines all over the world this year.
But quietly in the background, Harry’s older brother, Prince William was celebrating eight years of marriage to his wife, Kate Middleton.
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According to a recent report, the marriage is an ‘old fashioned’ one, which is precisely why it works.
“They look after each other, but in different ways,” a friend of the couple told People magazine earlier this month.
Speaking of their recent tour of Pakistan, a senior source told the publication: “They are a great double act. People make much of William giving the big speeches, but Kate is there too, asking questions of presidents and their wives. These things are easier when they are side-by-side.”
But how did it all begin?
The couple were once flatmates after meeting at St. Andrews University in Fife, Scotland.