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The couple married in 1981, despite rumours surrounding their tumultuous relationship and the scrutiny of the British press. However, the couple’s was watched by millions across the world and has become remembered for one very special reason.

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Diana and Charles’ day kiss on the balcony at Buckingham Palace has been voted Britain’s most memorable kiss.

A UK study found that the moment of affection on the balcony is at the forefront of the nation’s minds.

Following their romantic kiss is Prince William and Kate’s embrace in 2011.

In third place is Prince Harry and Meghan Marke’s kiss last year outside St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

diana-prince-charles-newsThe couple married in 1981, despite rumours surrounding their tumultuous relationship (Image: GETTY)

princess-diana-newsThe moment of affection on the balcony is at the forefront of the nation’s minds (Image: GETTY)

The research was commissioned by the HISTORY channel ahead of their series called ‘Photos That Changed the World’.

The channel asked respondents to rate the most memorable kisses in history.

A quarter of respondents said that Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ kiss was their most memorable moment.

Speaking about the survey results, a spokesman for HISTORY channel said: “The photo of Charles and Diana is iconic but it wasn’t even planned, as they had forgotten to kiss at the end of the ceremony.

READ MORE: The real reason Princess Diana gave famous interview to Martin Bashir

diana-charles-newsThey divorced in August 1996, with Diana later dying in a car accident in Paris (Image: GETTY)

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