· The couple married at Westminster Abbey on April 29th 2011 – 10 years ago this week.
· The documentary will look back at their special day - which was watched by billions.
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They've had three children and completed countless royal engagements since but a new documentary will celebrate the day that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially became a couple.
The hour-long documentary by the BBC, titled, Royal Wedding: A Day to Remember, will be shown on Friday.
The show will interview people who made the day special - including the florist, the former Archbishop of Canterbury who married Kate and William and famous guests - including David Cameron and Sir Clive Woodward.
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The wedding was watched by 17.6 million people in the UK and 2 billion worldwide, including thousands of royal fans who travelled to London to try and get a glimpse of the couple on their special day. The documentary will interview some of the fans who were there on the day - and saw them kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The glamorous ceremony has gone down as an unforgettable event in royal history, solidifying William and Kate's place on the star-studded list of the most iconic couples of all time.
CEO of homeless charity Centrepoint, Seyi Obakin, who was a guest at the wedding, will also star in the documentary. He said about the day: “You could just see in their faces the excitement of the day, but in his face, the pride that he’d come to this point, this position, in which he’s getting married to somebody that he truly loves.”
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Kate Middleton and Prince William now have three children - Prince George, who was born two years later in July 2013, Princess Charlotte, who is now 5, and Prince Louis, who the couple released photos of this week on his third birthday.
ITV recently released an hour-long documentary about the big day too - however, reactions towards the documentary created a divide among royal fans.
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