This Day in History: April 29
  • Prince William
  • Catherine Elizabeth Middleton
  • royal family
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On April 29, 2011, Great Britain’s Prince William married his longtime girlfriend Catherine Elizabeth “Kate” Middleton at Westminster Abbey in London.  The wedding was a blend of traditional and contemporary elements, combining royal pomp and pageantry with personal touches.

The wedding was attended by numerous dignitaries, members of the British royal family, and international guests, adding to the grandeur of the occasion. 

Prince William and Catherine's wedding marked a new chapter in the British royal family's history. Since then, they have become popular figures known for their public engagements, advocacy work, and growing family. 

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