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Prince William and Kate Middleton's 27 Sweetest Moments

From their 2005 college graduation to today.
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We've been following Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal romance for well over a decade now—and it's touching to see that there's still a spark between them. Below, see the couple evolve from lovestruck youngsters to happy parents with over two dozen of their cutest photos together.

Kate pulled pints of lager while Will watched dotingly at the Empire Music Hall on a visit to Belfast, Northern Ireland .


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Kate and Will enjoy arts and crafts—and each other's company—during a visit to Evelina London Children's Hospital.


Prince William sweetly touches Kate's back at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding.


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Will and Kate smile at their new baby, Prince Louis, as they leave the Lindo Wing


Kate and Will share a laugh (perhaps admiring one another's hats) at Royal Ascot.


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Will and Kate try their best to make pretzels during their tour of Germany.


The couple attend Wimbledon, and Kate takes the time to make sure Will is looking his best. 


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Will and Kate joke around with air horns at the Virgin Money London Marathon.


Will playfully blocks Kate's path at the start of a relay race.


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Kate and Will laugh together during a visit to the McBride Museum.


The whole royal family was on the balcony for Trooping the Colour, and Will and Kate found a way to make it fun for the kids.


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Will and Kate ride in an open-air jeep on a safari in Guwahati, India.


The royal couple enjoy a skiing trip in the French Alps.


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Kate, holding flowers, laughs with Will at an event celebrating World Mental Health Day. 


Will fans his wife during the Commonwealth games in Scotland.


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Will and Kate introduce their young son Prince George to some butterflies at London's Natural History Museum.


During a trip to the zoo in Australia, Kate and Will play with Prince George.


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Kate and Will try their hands at Harry Potter-style magic during a visit to Warner Bros. Studios.


Kate and Will get into the spirit of a Vaiku Falekaupule Ceremony in Tuvalu.


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Kate and Will embrace, celebrating a British cyclist's gold medal win at the London Olympics.


Kate and Will compare their artwork during a royal tour of Canada.


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Will helps Kate with her sweatshirt, after the couple were made honorary members of the Canadian Rangers.


The royal couple hug after participating in a dragon boat race in Prince Edward Island, Canada.


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Just after their royal wedding, Kate and Will kiss for the crowd. 


The couple poses for photographs after their engagement is announced.


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While Prince Harry looks off into the distant, Kate and Will share a private chat in the stands during the RBS Six Nations Championship match.


Kate and Will pose on their graduation day from St. Andrews University.


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