Prince William may enlist the assistance of George, Charlotte, and Louis in planning a special treat for Kate.


Prince William may enlist the assistance of George, Charlotte, and Louis in planning a special treat for Kate.

PRINCE WILLIAM may enlist the help of his children in planning a special birthday celebration for Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate will turn 40 on January 9, only a few months after her sister, Pipa, reached the same milestone.

Kate’s birthday plans are unknown, but William may enlist the help of their three children to celebrate the occasion for the royal, who prefers low-key affairs.

Despite marrying into the Firm, commentators have claimed that Kate has always desired a quiet life with her children, dogs, and a country home.

Kate celebrated her 39th birthday last year with a tea party with her three children, George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, in true Kate style.

Kate usually celebrates the holiday at her family’s home in Amner Hall, Norfolk, in normal circumstances.

“Thank you for your kind wishes on The Duchess’ birthday,” the Kensing Palace Instagram account wrote at the time.

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

While Covid continues to grip the country, Kate is expected to have a low-key birthday celebration.

Because of the Omicron variant’s widespread prevalence, the Duchess is expected to hold a smaller celebration with family and friends.

“There will probably be low-key celebrations for the Duchess,” a source told the Mail on Sunday.

“She didn’t want anything flashy in the first place – that’s not her style – but anything is likely to be scaled back in the current climate.”

This supports previous claims made by a friend of Kate’s that the Duchess never intended to live a lavish lifestyle.

Instead, the Duchess previously told a friend that she prefers a simple life in the countryside.

The Duchess also wanted “lots of kids and dogs,” according to the friend.

“All Catherine ever wanted was a house in the countryside, loads of kids, dogs, and an AGA,” writes royal correspondent Emily Andrews in the Sun on Sunday.


“She had no desire for a high-ranking position or celebrity.

“She values family life tremendously, and motherhood has molded her into the woman she is today.”

“Now that she thinks she’s accomplished that, she can focus on her public role and what she wants to accomplish there.”

William and Kate.

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