The details of the party remain somewhat secretive, however, one of the dinner menus was leaked, revealing that the newlyweds served lamb as the main course.
Every family has a black sheep—and it seems like Kate's uncle, Gary Goldsmith holds that title in her family.
The rest of the royal family members wore muted colors.
In a rather embarrassing, but accidental incident, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wore the wrong traditional outfits to their dinner on the Solomon Islands during their 2012 Asia trip.
Kate is about to gain a new sister-in-law in May—but back when her real sister, Pippa Middelton, was getting married, there was some serious tension between her and Meghan Markle.
It was rumored that the bride was following a "no ring, no bring" rule, which left Markle out of the picture since she and Prince Harry were only dating at this time.
So, it was unsurprising that she received backlash for wearing a bright red dress to board the royal barge "Spirit of Chartwell" for the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant.
Unfortunately, the newly minted royal's lacy gown became controversial when someone sued over the designs.
English bridal designer Christine Kendall said the Duchess' dress was inspired by her sketches, and sued the fashion house (not Kate) for breach of copyright.
They were wearing clothing pieces from the Cook Islands by mistake.
Clarence House released this statement: “We saw they weren’t the same design of the traditional clothes we were told would be gifted.