William and Kate were joined by Prince Harry at the nuptials of daughter of Princess Diana's sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale, in the picturesque village of Stoke Rochford in Lincolnshire, where the bride grew up.
After arriving quietly in a silver Range Rover the royal couple put on a rare PDA, with Prince William putting a tender hand on Kate's back to guide her up the path.
And Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry weren't the only royal guests at the ceremony.
Princess Diana's brother Earl Spencer and his daughter Lady Kitty Spencer - who were both present at the Royal Wedding last year - were also in attendance.
The bride, Prince William's cousin Emily McCorquodale, married former-Cold Stream Guards Officer James Hutt in the beautiful countywide ceremony, walking down the aisle in a long-sleeved white lace bridal gown, not dissimilar to Kate Middleton's own, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress.
In contrast, the Duchess of Cambridge dressed in a low-key style, indulging in a spot of fashion recycling in a Jenny Packham silver and marble grey silk dress, first seen on her royal tour of Canada, a Katherine Hooker coat, a Whiteley beige hat she wore to the Epsom Races last year, and, of course, her favourite L.K.Bennett courts.
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