Prince William celebrated his 40th birthday on June 21.
Earlier this year, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, also passed the milestone of quarantine.
To mark their historic anniversary, Queen Elizabeth II of England has planned a joint party for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince William celebrated his 40th birthday on June 21, 2022. The Duke of Cambridge and his wife Kate Middleton are therefore both 40 years old now. For this important event, Queen Elizabeth II of England plans to throw a party for her grandson and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge. According to The Sun, the 96-year-old Queen has given the Duke of Cambridge the green light to host the party at Windsor Castle or Sandringham Estate. According to two sources from The Mirror, the party should take place this summer.
In addition, it was reportedly agreed that William and Kate should “celebrate their historic anniversary in style”. If such is her wish, Queen Elizabeth II of England, who has just celebrated her 70th anniversary of reign, can attend the party. It is also expected that this great party will bring together other members of the royal family. A Royal Palace source told The Mirror that the Queen will only confirm her attendance on the day of the feast. “The Queen has been suffering from increasing mobility problems in recent months,” says The Sun.
Prince William: The Union Jack flag will not fly for the Duke of Cambridge
Once again, the father of George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, will be entitled to a joint birthday. “Wills has had joint birthdays in the past, sharing his 18th birthday with Prince Andrew’s 40th, Princess Anne’s 50th and Princess Margaret’s 70th,” notes The Sun. The tabloid also revealed on June 20, 2022 that the Union Flag will not be flown on the birthday of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, 40.
“The government had withdrawn this honor for all birthdays of the Queen’s children – a change which would have been approved by Her Majesty herself,” says The Sun. Insiders told The Sun it was ‘so as not to upset Andrew, who is decidedly very irritable on these kinds of matters’.
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © GOFF INF / BESTIMAGE