In it, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lean into one another in the perfect image of wedded bliss – after they celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary earlier in the year

Kate and William shared the picture on their social media channels as the UK counts down to 2022
Kate and William shared the picture on their social media channels as the UK counts down to 2022

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared a glamorous new picture of themselves looking loved-up to celebrate the New Year.

Kate and William shared the picture on their social media channels as the UK counts down to 2022.

They captioned it: “Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!”

In it, the pair lean into one another in the perfect image of wedded bliss – after they celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary earlier in the year.

It was taken in September when the duo attended the James Bond premiere in central London, with both dressed up to the nines.







It was taken in September when the duo attended the James Bond premiere in central London, with both dressed up to the nines
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Kate and Wills were joined Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall to watch the latest film in the spy franchise.

She looked stunning in a gorgeous custom sparkling gold sequinned Jenny Packham cape gown with Aquazzura heels and wore her hair up off her face to show off her beautiful gold earrings by Onitaa.

And it appears Kate’s choice of sparkling dress was a sweet nod to her late mother-in-lawPrincess Diana, who wore an extremely similar style of gown to a Bond screening in 1985.

The Royal family have an exciting year coming up in 2022, with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June being the biggest event on the calendar.







She looked stunning in a gorgeous custom sparkling gold sequinned Jenny Packham cape gown
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Queen Elizabeth II will be 96 by the time the landmark is reached, making her the first sovereign to reign for seven decades.

Buckingham Palace has confirmed Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5 will see a series of events reflecting HM’s time at the helm, after she succeeded her father to the throne in 1952 aged just 25.

She actually took over on February 6, but as that was also the date of King George VI’s death, she pushed the celebrations back to the summer.

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