On Wednesday, the British Royals celebrated Duchess Kate’s birthday. She officially turned 37 this January.
The Royal Family took to social media to share their best wishes for the mother of three. One message was accompanied by a sweet emoticon.
Duchess Kate received a bunch of birthday messages from her Royal Family on Wednesday. The messages were from the Queen and her husband Prince Philip.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Kate also received a sweet message from her father-in-law, Prince Charles, and Duchess Camilla.
All four family members wished her a happy birthday with pictures on their official Twitter and Instagram accounts. Using the Royal Family’s page, the Queen and Philip posted five photos of Kate.
One image showed the Duchess at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s October wedding. Another photo showed the Royal with her husband Prince William during their visit to Cyprus in December.
The last three pictures revealed Kate’s love for children. The mother of three was captured laughing and smiling broadly as she interacted with her young fans.
The series of images were captioned: “Happy Birthday to HRH The Duchess of Cambridge!” Charles and Camilla’s residence, Clarence House, also wished the Duchess a happy birthday with a number of images.
The caption read: “Wishing HRH The Duchess of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday.” It also included a sweet birthday cake emoji.
William, Kate, Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan’s shared account, Kensington Palace, also took note of the special day. They thanked fans for their messages, “Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages on The Duchess of Cambridge’s birthday!”
On her birthday, Kate stayed home while her husband visited the Royal London Hospital. The children noted her special day by presenting William with a homemade birthday card to give his wife.
According to a video from Royal’s reporter Rebecca English on Twitter, the prince responded: “Well done for remembering.” He also jokingly added, “I did remember this morning, so that was okay.”
William was at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, East London, to mark the 30th anniversary of the London Air Ambulance service. He later went home to celebrate his wife’s birthday with their three children George, Charlotte, and Louis.