Kate Middleton, Prince William and their five-week-old son, Prince George, are to be honoured by Anglesey authority as they end their stay at the island in North Wales.
The couple moved to the island shortly after their marriage and have grown attached to the place that served as their home - but Prince William recently announced that the family will move on when his role as an RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot at RAF Valley comes to an end.
Keen to show their gratitude to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Anglesey community plan to honour the royal couple with a memorial garden. Local MP Albert Owen revealed: "A designed garden of celebration could be established on the island so that tourists could come and visit year on year," and that he "shall be writing to the royal household hoping they will endorse it. I know from correspondence from the royal couple and St James' Palace that they have an affinity for Anglesey.”
The Duchess of Cambridge was recently spotted out and about at Anglesey's Rig O' Fire Race, leaving Mum Carole to babysit as she made her first public appearance since giving birth to her son. JS