Kate Middleton’s 40th birthday: How will she celebrate?


Kate Middleton’s 40th birthday: Where will she celebrate?

According to royal insiders, KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, will celebrate her birthday with her family and close friends.

But where will the Duchess of York celebrate her 40th birthday?

On Sunday, the Duchess of Cambridge will turn 40 years old.

Despite her status as one of the world’s most famous women, Kate is expected to hold a private celebration at home with her young family and friends.

Due to the spread of the Omicron variant, royal expert Kate Nicholl predicts that the duchess’s celebrations will be scaled back.

“There was talk of a big party,” she said, “but it appears to have been scaled back due to COVID and the restrictions.”

“However, I believe Kate would prefer something a little more understated.”

“I’m guessing she’d prefer a smaller gathering of family and friends to celebrate her birthday.”

“I think she’ll be very happy as long as she’s with her children, her husband, and, more than likely, her family.”

It’s unclear where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend her 40th birthday with their three children, but it’ll most likely be at Kensington Palace in London.

This is due to the fact that two of their three children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are currently enrolled in London schools.

Kate, on the other hand, has traditionally spent her birthday in the countryside.

When the Cambridges were living at their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk last year, they celebrated Kate’s 39th birthday while on lockdown.

The Duchess was reportedly treated to a tea party by her family for the scaled-down birthday celebrations.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram account said at the time, “Thank you for your kind wishes on the Duchess’ birthday.”

“Birthdays have been very different in recent months, and our thoughts remain with all those working on the front lines during this enormously difficult time.”

Carole and Michael Middleton, her parents, are expected to join her this year, as well as a small group of friends.

Her mother, who will be 67 years old at the end of January, is clearly looking forward to the coming weeks.

“It’s no surprise I’ve learned to love January; it’s the beginning of a new year,” she wrote on the Party Pieces Instagram page.

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