TODAY marks 10 years since the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, so it was only fitting to dig through the archives and see their past visits to Berkshire.

Since the Royal wedding, Kate and William have travelled the world, worked with charities all whilst raising a family.

To commemorate the special day, we have taken a look back at when the Cambridge's visited the county.

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After all, Kate is a true Berkshire resident having spent her childhood in her family home in Bucklebury Manor, West Berkshire.

Whilslestop tour at Royal Berkshire Hospital

Royal Borough Observer:

Royal Borough Observer:

Prince William and Kate visited Reading in December as part of their Whistlestop Royal Train Tour.

They visited the hospital where Kate was born to thank NHS staff for their work during the pandemic.

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Harry and Meghan's wedding

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Royal Borough Observer:

Prince William and Kate arriving for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip earlier this month.

The funeral was held at Windsor Castle.