The Queen will honor Kate with a major gesture later this year.
HER MAJESTY Queen Elizabeth II is planning a major gesture later this year to honor Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.
Due to ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, the Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate her 40th birthday with a low-key event surrounded by her closest family on January 9.
The royal plans to celebrate Christmas at Sandringham were canceled in favor of a low-key event at Windsor in recent years, following a similar pattern.
The Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate her milestone birthday on Sunday, and it will most likely be a private family gathering at the Cambridges’ Norfolk home.
However, one royal expert believes the Queen may honor Kate’s birthday later this year.
Kate could be in for a big birthday celebration thrown by Her Majesty herself, according to royal expert and author Ingrid Seward.
She claims to be “absolutely certain” that the monarch will throw Kate a big birthday party at some point.
Kate’s husband, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, turns 40 after the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations, and the event could be held in conjunction with his birthday.
“I think it will be low key this weekend,” Ms Seward told True Royalty TV, “and then later in the year – probably after the platinum jubilee celebrations are over – she and William, whose birthday is June 21st, will have a joint party and really celebrate then.”
“I’m certain the Queen will throw a party for them,” she added.
Despite the festivities, Kate appears to be missing out on one honor when it comes to her birthday on Sunday.
Due to cost-cutting measures, she will not hear the traditional Westminster Abbey chimes when she celebrates her 40th birthday.
The senior royals, including Kate and Camilla, are accustomed to hearing the Abbey bells ring on their birthdays.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, they were halted in April 2020, and when they resumed in September 2021, changes were made.
The bells will no longer ring on Princess Anne’s, Prince Andrew’s, Prince Edward’s, or the Duchess of Cornwall’s birthdays, and the same is true for the Cambridge’s and.
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