The Duke of Cambridge is “ok” because he remembered his Duchess’ birthday; even though they were both mostly apart on that day.
On Wednesday Prince William visited London’s Air Ambulance Charity, which coincidentally fell on Kate Middleton's 37th birthday; the Duchess stayed home to celebrate.
In a video posted on Twitter via the account of Rebecca English; while at the charity event, Kate’s birthday lightly came up, and William was presented with a handmade card from a group of children.
On receiving the card, William said:
“Well done you for remembering, that's very impressive” he also added, “I did remember this morning, so I was ok.”
The video already has over 9,000 views and still counting. William also made a point of commending the young girl's writing after reading the card.
A member of the staff asked the Prince if he would be doing anything special to celebrate his wife's birthday; his witty response was “That would be telling!” and they all laughed.
It's become almost a tradition for Kate over the years to celebrate her birthday privately and this year would most likely not be an exception. They will be spending her birthday as a family; her husband and three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and baby Prince Louis.
Even though William has been mute on the subject of Kate's birthday plans; from the looks, he has something in store for his wife. Over the years the Duke has always had activities planned for Kate, one can only wait to see how this year would be.
In 2009 while they were still dating, he surprised Kate, who was turning 27 with a romantic candlelit supper in a remote log cabin on the Queen’s Balmoral estate in Scotland. Another birthday
William who seems to love showering the mother of three with gifts presented her a pair of cultured pearl earrings; one year he gifted her with a Van Cleef & Arpels diamond-framed makeup compact featuring a polo player about to hit a pearl.
She already has a birthday gift as earlier on in the day Prince William had been named patron of the London's Air Ambulance Charity’s 30th-anniversary campaign.
The campaign aims to raise awareness about charity and support for the development of new facilities. The Duke, a former pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance, actually flew from his home in Kensington Palace to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. The leading charity’s pilot, Neil Jeffers said he was very impressed with his skills especially for someone who does not fly frequently.
The 36-year-old husband would return home after the charity event to celebrate with his wife, Kate on her 37th birthday.
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