Royal fans have been left in floods of tears as Prince William and Kate Middleton shared an adorable video of a private day with their children on their tenth wedding anniversary.
In the clip, which was shared to their official Instagram page, the Duke, 38, and Duchess of Cambridge, 39, could be seen playing with their three children – Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, three, on the Norfolk coast and at their home of Anmer Hall.
Donning casual-wear and with big smiles on their faces, they appear to be enjoying some quality family time together, climbing the sand dunes, playing in the garden and sitting around the campfire toasting marshmallows in the countryside.
Many of those watching have been captivated by the video, with some saying Princess Diana would have been ‘so proud’ of the family.
One delighted royal fan commented: ‘Adorable. This is all Diana would have wanted for her dear son William.’
Royal fans have been left in floods of tears as Prince William and Kate Middleton shared an adorable video of a private day with their children on their tenth wedding anniversary
Many of those watching have been captivated by the video, with some saying Princess Diana would have been ‘so proud’ of the family (pictured, together)
Another wrote: ‘Princess Diana is crying.’
A third commented: ‘Happy Anniversary. You are a shining example and an inspiration to the country. Diana would have been so proud of you both and your beautiful family.
‘Your loyalty to the Queen and country is lovely to see.’
‘What a beautiful video,’ another wrote, ‘William’s mum Diana would be so proud of their son. Wishing you many more years together, health, happiness and joyful moments as a family.
Many of those royal fans watching the video said Prince William’s late mother would have been ‘so proud’ of her son and his family
‘Best video of the royal family in years. Catherine, your [an] incredible wife, mother [and] we’re looking forward to a future with you.’
‘Imagine if Princess Diana still alive today, she will be proud of her sons,’ another commented.
A fifth commented: ‘This made my day! What a beautiful family. Diana would be so proud of William.’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose London-based filmmaker Will Warr to capture their tenth anniversary video montage, which shows the happy family-of-five playing on a beach and enjoying the garden of their Anmer Hall residence.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose London-based filmmaker Will Warr to capture their tenth anniversary video montage, which shows the happy family-of-five playing on a beach and enjoying the garden of their Anmer Hall residence
All dressed in cosy winter clothes, the Cambridge’s could be seen at their most candid, playing in the garden of their home Anmer Hall and enjoying a walk on the beach
All dressed in cosy winter clothes, the Cambridge’s can be seen recycling the same outfits they wore in their Christmas 2020 card.
Thrifty Kate recycled what appeared to be the Sezane blouse, which she first sported back in 2019.
This year is a particularly poignant time for Prince William, with the Duke set to mark his late mother’s 60th birthday later this summer.
Prince William is set to be reunited with Prince Harry, 36, who lives in a $14.7million home in Santa Barbara, California with wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie, one, for the unveiling of a statue Princess Diana in July.
The statue was commissioned to mark the twentieth anniversary of Princess Diana’s death and recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world.
In the clip, Prince William could be seen chasing after his youngest son Prince Louis and daughter Princess Charlotte while they shrieked with joy
In the video, Kate could be seen carrying little Prince Louis, while Princess Charlotte showcased her confident personality
It will be installed in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace on 1st July 2021, marking The Princess’s 60th birthday.
The brothers announced the commission of the statue two years ago on the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and the initiative is one of their few remaining join ventures after a rift between the siblings and Harry’s move to the US.
The statue’s sculptor, Ian Rank-Broadley, is most recognised for his depiction of the Queen, which has appeared on all coins in the UK and Commonwealth since 1998.
He also designed a gold coin marking the Queen’s diamond jubilee in 2012.
The hope of repairing a rift between the pair comes in the aftermath of Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive two-hour CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.