The Royal Family

Duchess Of Cambridge Set To Celebrate A Special Event This Week

The Cambridge family is set to celebrate a very special day! This Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge is turning 39!

As the U.K. announces another lockdown, and with the royals being strict followers of Boris Johnson’s Government advice, Kate probably won’t be going out to celebrate. And having in mind that all the Christmas celebrations at Sandringham Estate were canceled, most likely her birthday celebration will also remain subdued.

Still, we are sure that Prince William has planned a fun weekend with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

The Palace Released New Photo Of Kate To Mark Her 38th Birthday

Last year, to mark her 38th birthday, the Palace released a sweet photo of Kate on Instagram. In the portrait, Kate is casually perched on a fence in a rural setting with dappled sunlight behind her. She’s wearing a blue-and-white checkered collar button-down, gray sweater, and jeans. It was shot at Anmer Hall by Matt Porteous.

Most likely, it was taken during the same photo shoot that produced the Cambridge’s 2018 Christmas card.

“Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages on The Duchess of Cambridge’s birthday!” the caption reads.

For her last birthday, Kate and William invited their close family and friends to their country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk, with some of the guests also joining them at church before the shindig began.

Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, was born on January 9, 1982. She is the oldest of three children with a younger sister, Philippa (“Pippa”) Charlotte and a younger brother, James William.

The Duchess grew up in Bucklebury, with the Middletons living in Jordan for two years during Kate’s early childhood, when her father worked for British Airways.

Cambridge Family Christmas card

In 2011, she met Prince William while they were students in residence at St Salvator’s Hall at the University of St Andrews.

The couple had their royal wedding at Westminster Abbey in April 2011. They will celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary this year.

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