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As Kate Middleton and Prince William’s tenth wedding anniversary fast approaches, ITV are looking back at their Royal romance in a special film, The Day Will and Kate Got Married.
And, in our exclusive teaser clip from tonight’s documentary, Kate’s Uncle Gary Goldsmith appears in his first TV interview to lift the lid on his niece’s romance with the heir to the throne.
Recalling their courtship ahead of their 2011 nuptials, Gary describes Kate and William’s relationship as a “fairytale beyond fairy tales.”
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As video footage from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding day plays as Kate prepares to walk down the aisle, Gary recalls how his mum would have been thrilled to see her granddaughter marry into British Royalty.
He explains: “We come from really humble stock. My father was a painter and decorator, mum was an accounts clerk.”
“Their eldest granddaughter was at Westminster Abbey about to marry the future King of this country,” Carole Middleton’s brother continues.
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Later in the film, Gary further opens up further about how his mum would have felt to witness Kate and William’s union.
He shares: “My mum was a proper royalist. We would be at Windsor Castle every given opportunity.”
“Very, very staunch royalist. My mum would have melted on the spot to have been there… We were all so proud.”
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Gary also speaks about the very first time he met William after Kate met and fell in love with him when they studied together at St Andrews university.
He reveals: “The first time I met William was at Carole and Mike’s house… Catherine was cooking and William was making cups of tea.”
Elsewhere in the anticipated documentary, Kate’s local publican also reveals how surprised he was when Kate rang ahead to reserve two tables – only to walk in with William.
Plus, those who played a part in the momentous big day, including cake maker Fiona Cairns and dress embroiderer Gemma Murray, reveal the lengths they went to to help keep the details top secret.
Former Metropolitan Police commander Bob Broadhurst, who was in charge of security on the day, and royal historian Robert Lacey also feature in the documentary.
The Day Will and Kate Got Married, tonight, 9pm, ITV
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