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Kate is made a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order on her eight wedding anniversary

Kate is granted the Queen’s highest seal of approval as she’s made a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order on her eighth wedding anniversary

  • Buckingham Palace announced Kate, 37, has been bestowed the honour
  • It is likely to be in recognition of her work as a member of the monarchy
  • The announcement comes on her eighth wedding anniversary to Prince William

The Duchess of Cambridge has received the Queen’s highest seal of approval as she’s made a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order.

Buckingham Palace made the announcement on Kate’s eighth wedding anniversary to Prince William, 36. 

Awards under the Royal Victorian Order are made personally by the Queen, for services to the sovereign.

The Queen has bestowed the honour on Kate, 37, which is likely to be in recognition of her work as a member of the monarchy.

The Queen has made the Duchess of Cambridge a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order, Buckingham Palace has announced

The Queen has bestowed the honour on Kate, 37, which is likely to be in recognition of her work as a member of the monarchy.

The Queen has bestowed the honour on Kate, 37, which is likely to be in recognition of her work as a member of the monarchy.

Buckingham Palace made the announcement on Kate's eighth wedding anniversary to Prince William , 36. Pictured, Kensington Palace's Twitter and Instagram accounts thanked royal fans for their well wishes on Monday, as they tweeted throwback photos of the royal couple on their wedding day

Buckingham Palace made the announcement on Kate’s eighth wedding anniversary to Prince William , 36. Pictured, Kensington Palace’s Twitter and Instagram accounts thanked royal fans for their well wishes on Monday, as they tweeted throwback photos of the royal couple on their wedding day

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been flooded with well wishes as they celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary.

Kensington Palace’s Twitter and Instagram accounts thanked royal fans for their well wishes on Monday, as they tweeted throwback photos of the royal couple on their wedding day. 

Writing a sweet tribute caption alongside the three pictures, the palace tweeted: ‘Eight years ago today — thank you for your lovely messages on The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding anniversary!’.

Prince William and Kate married on April 29th 2011 at Westminster Abbey and the couple share three children – Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 1.

 

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