On January 9, Kate Middleton celebrated her 39th birthday. A special day that her husband, Prince William, wanted to make pleasant despite the current situation. Because since the beginning of January, and until March, England has opted for a total reconfinement. Thus, the latter organized in the greatest secrecy a “tea party” with their children, George (7 years), Charlotte (5 years) and Louis (2 years). It was therefore surrounded by her three children and her husband, at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, that Kate Middleton blew out her candles. And this initiative has most certainly delighted the Duchess.
And for good reason, as a source revealed to Vanity Fair in 2019, Meghan Markle and Harry’s sister-in-law “is not a big fan of huge birthday parties”. For example, for her 37th birthday, the Duchess of Cambridge had not wished for big festivities. She had simply surrounded herself with those close to her at Kensington Palace. The following year, to blow out her 39 candles, she once again favored a small party. It was in her home in Anmer Hall that she had received her guests.
A birthday like no other for Kate Middleton
This year again, Kate Middleton received many birthday wishes. Following this, she decided to thank the recipients of these on Instagram, explaining that “birthdays have been really different in recent months” because of the pandemic. She also took this post to say that “her thoughts continue to be with all those working on the front lines at this extremely difficult time.” Since the start of the health crisis, the mother has always been very committed, just like her husband who went before Christmas to a homeless shelter.
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