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Prince Charles took home the incredible wedding decorations of Kate Middleton and Prince William

April 27, 2021 – 10:33 a.m. BST

Nicola Murphy

Prince William and Kate MiddletonFrom the royal bride’s Alexander McQueen wedding dress to the stunning Westminster Abbey venue, the wedding was nothing short of spectacular.

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As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge approach their tenth wedding anniversary, which falls on April 29, many fans look back on their wedding. But have you ever wondered what happened to some of your wedding decorations?

Instead of many flower arrangements, Kate and William opted to line the aisle with lush trees that were brought into the iconic London setting – and later brought back Prince Charles‘ Homeland.

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Westminster Abbey recently shared some beautiful ones Behind the scenes photos the preparations that showed the rolling up of the greens and the finished result.

The Twitter caption read, “In the days leading up to the wedding, preparations inside the abbey began in earnest. The central nave was turned into an avenue of trees, with six field maples and two hornbeams lining the route of the bridal procession to the high altar. “

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lined the aisle with six field maples and two hornbeams

The trees – which can grow up to 15 feet tall – haven’t been wasted with Prince Charles plants them in front of his house, Llwynywermod in Wales, two months after the wedding.

Prince Charles bought the Welsh property for £ 1.2 million in March 2007 and has three cottages, a Grade II listed barn and a main house. It is believed that where the 72-year-old has traveled after his father the Duke of Edinburghfuneral.

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The trees are now being planted in Prince Charles’ house, Llwynywermod

Not only is it surrounded by 192 acres of land, but it also has beautiful gardens, which Charles is likely to spend a lot of time in during his visits as he is an avid gardener.

Charles and his wife Duchess Camilla have flower sleepers in which they grow their own plants and vegetables, and now his son’s former wedding trees that will likely serve as lasting memories of the big day.

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