The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary in April, with the royal couple sharing a very special - and familiar - image to adorn their annual thank you cards.
The card features Prince William and Kate arm-in-arm while wearing casual outdoor gear in the photo taken by The Sun's Arthur Edwards during their Himalayan trek to Bhutan's Tiger Nest monastery in 2016 (via royaladditcted2).
Kensington Palace usually shares an unseen photo of William and Kate, but this one also featured on the Duke and Duchess' 2017 card.
It's been a very busy year so far for the royal couple, who recently welcomed their third child Prince Louis on April 23.
William was also best man for brother Prince Harry when he married Meghan Markle in Windsor in May.
Meanwhile, the message inside the card reads: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank you for the thoughtful message you so kindly sent on the occasion of their 7th Wedding Anniversary. It really was most thoughtful of you.
"Their Royal Highnesses send you their warmest thanks and very best wishes."
The palace marked their anniversary by posting a sweet throwback photo of the pair driving down the mall after their wedding in William's vintage open-topped car, which included a licence plat which read "JU5T WED".
The caption read: "Seven years ago today - thank you for all the lovely messages on The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding anniversary!"
The palace also recently reused a photo of Princess Charlotte from her first day at nursery - taken by Kate - to mark her third birthday on 2 May.
They went on to release a new photo of Charlotte kissing her baby brother Louis a few days later, and taken by the Duchess, to celebrate Charlotte's birthday and Louis' arrival.
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