Kate is planning a huge 40th birthday bash with William, as her own plans have been thwarted – ‘Big one.’
According to a report, Kate Middleton may throw a large joint birthday party with Prince William in June after canceling her own plans for a big party this weekend due to rising COVID-19 cases.
The couple will celebrate their 40th birthday on Sunday, and while reports suggest it will be a “low-key” and much scaled-back affair, another party is reportedly in the works.
According to The Mirror, the bigger party is expected to take place in June, when her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, turns 40.
Because of the Covid situation, a source told the publication, Kate has decided against throwing a big party this weekend.
Instead, she will “celebrate quietly with her family.”
“This year’s Duchess will celebrate privately with her family,” a source told the Mirror.
“Of course she is aware of the current circumstances.
“All that matters is that she’ll be surrounded by her loved ones.”
Kate’s 39th birthday was celebrated by the Cambridges last year during lockdown, with William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis reportedly throwing her a tea party.
For her birthday in 2020, the Duchess hosted some of her closest friends, including William’s close pal Tom van Straubenzee and his then-fiancée Lucy Lanigan-O’Keeffe, at their country home.
The Queen, according to Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, will play a significant role in the planning of William’s party.
“The Queen is tremendously fond of such occasions, and this would be no different,” Ms Seward told The Mirror.
“There’s a lot to look forward to in her Platinum Jubilee year, and with both William and Kate turning 40, there’s even more reason to rejoice.”
“This is a big one for the Cambridges, so expect a big celebration.”
The larger summer birthday celebration is expected to take place at one of two locations: Windsor Castle or Sandringham.