Prince William looked completely in love when he first laid eyes on his beautiful bride, Kate Middleton, as she walked down the aisle at their royal wedding.
After a very long courtship, his university girlfriend was finally ready to marry into the royal family and become the Duchess of Cambridge.
Like any groom, he looked slightly nervous as he waited at the altar with best man Prince Harry, but it disappeared from his face the second Kate appeared at his side.
Ahead of the couple’s 10 year anniversary, a lip reader has revealed his first words to her as well as his rather cheeky joke to his father-in-law, Michael Middleton.
When Kate arrived at the abbey with her dad, he was seen asking if she was okay and if she was ready, to which she replied “I am”.
Before they stepped inside, he added: “You look great.”
They were greeted by Archbishop of Canterbury, who performed the ceremony, and the trio exchanged a few words.
Kate said: “Yes I suppose so … I expect I’ll be worn out today. Thank you.”
Meanwhile, William and his best man Prince Harry were waiting at the altar.
The younger brother turned around to see his soon-to-be sister-in-law and muttered a few words to Wills.
He said: “Right, here she is now.”
When Kate and William were reunited, having spent the night before apart in line with tradition, they couldn’t take their eyes off each other.
William beamed, saying: “You look lovely. You look beautiful.”
He then turned to his almost father-in-law and made a cheeky joke, seemingly completely unfazed by the excitement of the day.
He said: “We’re supposed to have just a small family affair.”
Fans around the world celebrated as the couple were declared man and wife and shared their first kiss, before heading out of the abbey to take a carriage ride to greet well-wishers.
During the ride, William said: “I hope I remember… It’s mad, it’s mad! Oh my goodness it … really loudly here.”
Kate later said: “You look happy.”
In royal tradition, the newlyweds, royal family and Middletons also appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony to wave to crowds gathered to celebrate the happy day.
When she walked onto the balcony Kate said “oh wow”.
Wills turned to her and asked: “Alright? You’ll be OK?” and she replied “yes”.
When it came to the famous balcony kiss, a tradition started by William’s parents Prince Charles and Diana at their wedding.
It was Wills who suggested it, saying to his new wife: “OK? Look at me. Let’s kiss, OK?”
Lip readers have also revealed comments other members of the royal family made about the day, including a disapproving comment from the Queen.
According to an expert, the Queen said: “It was excellent”, reports CBS News.
Phil them replied: “Yes?”
But when they were standing outside the Abbey, the Queen told him one of the things she wasn’t overly keen about.
She said: “I wanted them to take the smaller carriage.”
However Camilla jumped in with a more positive thought, adding: “It all went very well.”