Kate Middleton and Prince William returned to the site of their April 2011 wedding nearly a full decade later on Tuesday.
Of course, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 2021 visit marked an entirely different occasion: the 1-year anniversary of Britain's COVID-19 lockdown. Westminster Abbey is now a COVID-19 vaccination site.
During their visit, the parents of three spoke with vaccine administrators as well as several citizens receiving the vaccine. The couple observed more than 125,000 COVID-related British deaths with a minute of silence during their outing.
Perhaps as an ode to her own royal wedding 10 years prior, Middleton wore a long-sleeved off-white dress coat with an embossed bodice. She accessorized with a suede beige clutch, matching pumps, pearl drop earrings, and a blue surgical face mask.
The Cambridges strolled the same aisle Middleton walked down to meet William on their wedding day, looking at each other knowingly as they did so.
The duke and duchess have been busy lately. Late last week they made a coordinated visit to an East London ambulance station. One day prior, the Cambridges appeared (and flirted!) in a St. Patrick's Day video.
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