“I feel more comfortable in it!” Loose women dig up their old wedding dresses (while Nadia Sawalha decides on a garbage bag!) As they celebrate Kate and William’s wedding anniversary

Loose Women presenters celebrated The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 10th wedding anniversary with a hilarious throwback on Thursday.

After Denise Welch and Jane Moore scoured their attics, they decided to put on their own wedding dresses, the former admitting that it made them “emotional” to see her again eight years after marrying Lincoln Townley.

However, it seemed that Nadia Sawalha wasn’t all that interested in digging out her dress from years past when she strutted onto the set in a black trash bag.

Here come the brides! Loose Women presenters (Denise Welch pictured) celebrated the 10th wedding anniversary of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by putting on their own wedding dresses

Towards the end of the show, presenter Charlene White, who had dressed up a pink wedding fascinator herself, announced that they had decided to wear her dresses again for the occasion.

Charlene introduced both Denise and Jane, with the couple stepping onto the set under an arch of flowers surrounded by confetti.

Denise wore the sleek cream off shoulder gown she wore in 2013 to marry Lincoln, while Jane opted for a bodycon white dress with sheer sleeves from her big day in 2002.

Blast from the Past: Jane Moore pulled out her own stunning white dress from her 2002 wedding but joked that her husband Gary Farrow spilled beer on it

Not for me! Meanwhile, Nadia Sawalha decided to put on a black trash bag as opposed to her dress, adding that she was “more comfortable” in it

Review: The panellists reflected on their own big days on the occasion of the royal anniversary

Review: The panellists reflected on their own big days on the occasion of the royal anniversary

But Nadia channeled an entirely different look by choosing to wear one Trash bag next to a sheer veil, but still seemed fun being a bride again 19 years after marrying husband Mark Adderley.

She joked, “Well, somewhere in my house my dress is in a trash bag. Actually, I feel more comfortable in it! ‘

Jane added, “I’m bruised with this very thing. I was in the dark alcoves in the attic and found them.

Pointing to the middle of her wedding dress, she added, “Right in the middle, Gary opened a festive beer that spread over my dress.”

Mr and Mrs: Denise married her husband Lincoln Townley in 2013

Mr and Mrs: Denise married her husband Lincoln Townley in 2013

Happy Day: Jane married her husband Gary Farrow in 2002 in her sleek white dress

Happy Day: Jane married her husband Gary Farrow in 2002 in her sleek white dress

Must have been happy! Nadia married her own spouse, Mark Adderley, in 2002 and admitted that her own wedding dress was likely “in a trash bag” somewhere.

Denise thought about her own big day and said, “I can hardly do it. I never thought I’d wear it, but I love this dress. Do you know that it was actually emotional? [putting it on]. It is really beautiful. ‘

When Nadia jokingly asked if she was “happily married,” Denise added, “Someone said I mention Lincoln more than the Lincoln Tourist Board.”

On Thursday, Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary after exchanging vows in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey.

To mark their tenth anniversary, the couple released two stunning new portraits taken at Kensington Palace this week.

Romance: On Thursday, Buckingham Palace released two portraits of Prince William and Kate Middleton to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary

Romance: On Thursday, Buckingham Palace released two portraits of Prince William and Kate Middleton to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary

They reached out to celebrity snapper Chris Floyd, best known for his’ 90s Britpop portraits. His subjects included Oasis, Supergrass and The Verve, as well as Sir Paul McCartney, David Bowie and the artist David Hockney.

Other members of the royal family were quick to congratulate the couple on the milestone anniversary, and the Queen re-shared the picture on her official Instagram account.

The headline read: “I wish the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a very happy wedding anniversary. Today it has been ten years since Her Royal Highnesses exchanged vows at Westminster Abbey. «

Loose Women airs on ITV at 12:30 pm on weekdays.

Icon: The couple exchanged vows in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London on April 28, 2011

Icon: The couple exchanged vows in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London on April 28, 2011

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