Kate’s life begins at the age of 40, but she vows that her top priority will always be being a mother.


Kate’s life starts at 40, but she vows that being a mother will always come first.

The Duchess of Cambridge will turn 40 tomorrow, but she has stated that her primary role will continue to be that of a mother of three children.

For at least the next 10 or 15 years, looking after her children will be her top priority, so she has no plans to increase the number of official engagements she takes on.

According to reliable sources, Kate will prioritize quality over quantity when it comes to royal responsibilities in the coming years.

She has received praise for bringing the country together with mental health campaigns, for her photography documenting Britain in lockdown, and for her Christmas carol concert for UK Covid heroes.

She wants to expand her mission to give children a better start in their first five years after establishing The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, based on evidence that problems in adulthood are rooted there.

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Kate “has a sophisticated understanding of the scale of the problem and the importance of addressing it,” according to Michael Samuel, chairman of the trustees at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families.

However, unlike previous generations of royals, such as the Queen, William, 39, and Kate will not sacrifice family time for work.

The Cambridges prioritize their responsibilities for their three children, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three.

The Duchess, who worked 64 days and completed 115 engagements last year, tries to be home for the kids as much as possible before and after school.


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