It may seem like only yesterday, but it's been 10 years since Prince William wed Kate Middleton and they became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Three children and countless tours and engagements later, the couple are celebrating their milestone after a rocky year, with the departure of Prince Harry and Meghan and the loss of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Having spent the early part of their royal marriage living in Anglesey and then Norfolk, where William had a job with the East Anglian Air Ambulance, the couple have now settled into full-time working royal life, and helm dozens of charities, alongside their own projects.
Kate, 39, has opted to make Early Years her focus, launching a huge survey last year and with the promise of more to come from her on this subject.
William, 38, is carrying on the work of his late grandfather, Prince Philip, and his father, Prince Charles, by concentrating on the environment. His Earthshot Prize is seeking to fund solutions to the crises the planet faces.
But while they are busy in their work, they are also hands-on parents. Kate's photographs of their children have become an important part of how they share their life with royal watchers, and they make sure to do the school pick-up and drop-off when they can.
Anmer Hall, their Norfolk home, remains an important retreat for the whole family, but their base is now firmly in London, at Kensington Palace, as they are key members of the Royal Family.