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William and Kate tied the knot on 29th April 2011 at Westminster Abbey in London. The ceremony was viewed live by tens of millions more around the world, including 72 million live streams on YouTube.
Now the family-owned national jeweller is giving away free jewellery to celebrate Kate and William's 10th wedding anniversary. Jewellery fanatics across the country can celebrate by collecting one of Beaverbrooks' £100 gift cards.
Beaverbrooks has 72 stores across the UK and you can find your nearest store by using the store locator on their website.
Make sure to check the opening hours of the store closest to you because you will have to be the first person to arrive at the store to claim a gift card. The gift cards will be handed out on a first-come, first-serve basis.
And just to be sure that your name is definitely Kate or William - and not Bob, for instance - you must bring suitable photo identification, such as a valid passport, driving licence or a formal ID card such as the armed forces, police, student union or company ID card, to the store with you to show a member of staff.
The jeweller will be handing out thousands of pounds' worth of gifts cards for customers to use for free jewellery across all of its stores. With a limited number of gift cards available, Beaverbrooks is urging all the Kate and William namesakes to act as quickly as possible if they want to get their hands on something sparkly and free.
And just in case you were wondering, you are eligible if your first name is either William, Will, Kate or Catherine. Kate's full first name is Catherine.
All gift cards must be redeemed on Thursday 29th April.
Anna Blackburn, managing director at Beaverbrooks, said: "Kate and William's special day was the most talked about wedding of the century! Celebrating 10 years of marriage is such a brilliant milestone, so what better way to celebrate than by giving away £100 worth of jewellery to namesakes of the special couple?
"From fine and fashion pieces, to designer watches and diamonds, we've been celebrating love stories for over 100 years and hope that anyone lucky enough to share their name with the Duke and Duchess on their anniversary this year will be able to choose something truly beautiful they can treasure forever."
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