They say that home is where the heart is, and that's especially true for newlyweds! That very first home where you both began intertwining your lives and enjoying married life, remains so important even years after you've moved on to bigger yards and more bedrooms. You'll never forget the place you started building your family's memories — even if you're royalty! Today, Prince William and Princess Kate recalled their newlywed days, as they paid a visit to Caernarfon, North Wales — only a few miles outside of the farm they called home for their first four years of marriage!
Of course this trip wasn't all about nostalgia. In fact, the royal couple made the journey back to their old home as part of their public strides for mental health awareness, People reports, where they viewed a mental health charity's photography project, and spoke with a local group that works with homeless youth. But what's a trip back home without a walk down memory lane?
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed their newlywed years in the quiet Welsh town, after the hustle and bustle of a royal wedding extravaganza no one will ever forget (But why would you want to?! Remember that dress...). There, the Prince worked as an RAF officer, a search and rescue pilot, while his bride adjusted to their life in the public eye. Since then, the royal couple became a royal family with the addition of two tiny tots and a black cocker spaniel named Lupo — but no corgis as of yet!
During their visit, the posh pair also spent time with a group of local Girl Guides and scouts and it sounds like they might be getting a famous new member in a few years! "[Kate] said that she needs to put Charlotte's name down!" Caernarfon's county commissioner for Girl Guides, told People. Ugh, now those are some precious pics we cannot wait to see!