With the fancy-dress range, Carole Middleton’s grandkids may “become lost in a fantastic world.”


With the fancy-dress range, Carole Middleton’s grandkids may “become lost in a fantastic world.”

CAROLE MIDDLETON is a devoted grandma to Kate and Pippa’s young children and is frequently by her daughter’s side during many royal events.

Carole Middleton is recognized by her son-in-law, Prince William, with welcome him into their family. She has played an important role in the upbringing of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, as well as Pippa’s children, Arthur and Grace, whom she has with James Matthew. Carole provides the family with much-needed stability and is adored by her five grandchildren.

On True Royalty’s program, “Kate Middleton: Heir We Go Again,” Simon Vigar, the Royal Correspondent for Channel 5, said: “Carole is quite active in the upbringing of George and looking after her eldest daughter Kate when she was ill with this awful morning sickness.”

“Kate was at home in Berkshire with her mother and father for several weeks, and Grandma Middleton was filling in.”

Carole, on the other hand, is a very successful entrepreneur.

She and her husband, Michael Middleton, are the owners of Party Pieces, a decor firm they started after leaving British Airways.

It’s a multi-million-pound success story that sells everything from cakes to bunting and balloons.

Carole and Michael have began a new, interesting endeavor that has allegedly delighted Carole’s young grandchildren.

Party Pieces has launched their own range of fancy dress costumes, with prices ranging from £2.99 to £59.99.

“Let your small ones dress up and get lost in a fantasy world!” the company wrote on its Instagram page in response to the news.

“They could travel to another planet as an astronaut, pretend to be a veterinarian for the day, or saddle up as a cowboy or cowgirl; the possibilities are unlimited with fancy dress.”

The children of Kate and William are eight, six, and three years old, respectively, while Pippa and James have a two-year-old and a five-month-old infant.

They’re the right age to enjoy the costumes, which include a red triceratops hooded cloak, a courageous and valiant knight costume, and a glitter bumblebee outfit.

The Cambridges are spending their summer at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, their country house, and the kids will undoubtedly enjoy running about in their new costumes around the grounds.

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