The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated her 39th birthday yesterday – with a cup of tea.
Although she normally marks the occasion by hosting a weekend filming party for friends at her country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk, sources said Kate had instead spent a “quiet birthday” with a high tea party. hosted by Prince William and children George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two.
The Queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have all sent birthday wishes on their social media.
Kate had a “quiet birthday” with a tea party hosted by Prince William and children George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two.
On Twitter, the Royal Family’s official Instagram shared two return photos of the Duchess and wrote: “Wishing the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy birthday today! ” (Photo)
In one of the snaps, the royal can be seen with Her Majesty on a visit to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019
The official Royal Family account posted two images of Kate, adding: “We wish the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy birthday today! – followed by the hashtag HappyBirthdayHRH.
In one, Kate shows the Queen the garden she helped design at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2019.
The other features the Duchess in a Boy Scout woggle to meet Cub and Beaver Scouts in Northolt, west London, last fall.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall also shared a photo of the mother of three and wrote: ‘Happy Birthday Duchess of Cambridge! Alongside a confetti ball emoji.
In their photo, a smiling Kate looks relaxed in the £ 29.50 pink Marks & Spencer pants she wore to meet parents helped by peer support networks in last year’s pandemic.
A second photo shows the Duchess donning a Boy Scout woggle to meet Cub and Beaver Scouts in Northolt, west London on September 29
Prince William and Kate Middleton will likely stay at Anmer Hall and resume school at the homes of their children Prince George, seven, Prince Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five (pictured together in a photo for their card Christmas 2020)
On Kate’s official social media, Kensington Palace posted a photo of her wearing a mask, from the Royal Train tour last month, as well as a message of support for the NHS.
He said, “Birthdays have been very different over the past few months and our thoughts continue to be with everyone working on the front lines during this extremely difficult time. “
Over the next two months, Kate will focus on home schooling George and Charlotte and expanding her Early Years initiative, to help the next generation, which she launched last fall.