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Duchess Kate turns 40: this is how she celebrates her big anniversary

If that’s not a reason to celebrate: In a few days, Duchess Kate, the popular figure of the British royal family, will be 40 years old.

London – A loud “Happy Birthday” will soon be heard at Kensington Palace. On January 9th, Duchess Kate (39) can celebrate an important milestone, her 40th birthday.

The wife of Prince William (39) and mother of Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (6) and baby boy Louis (3) are undoubtedly one of the most popular members of the Royal Family. Duchess Kate enjoys a high reputation not only with her compatriots, but also with Queen Elizabeth II (95). She has been in the service of the crown for more than ten years, and she will certainly not shed her unwavering sense of duty in her new decade. * reveals who has probably received an invitation to Duchess Kate’s birthday party.

A palace source claims to have found out what plans Duchess Kate is making for her 40th birthday. The British “Mail on Sunday” confided the insider that despite the big anniversary a small party will take place: “For the Duchess there will probably be quiet celebrations. She didn’t want anything big anyway – that’s not really her thing – but especially in view of the current situation, everything should be scaled down. ”* is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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