While seeing Babcock Vehicle Engineering to find out about the organization’s new ventilator model, the future king was asked how his daughter had appreciated her recent birthday, to which he responded (per Hello! ), “She had a lovely day, thank you.” He then explained,”Last year it was her birthday in lockdown, but this year we were able to have one other family over. They grow up very fast. It was great fun.”
Prince William did not provide any details regarding who this family was, but we could imagine that little Princess Charlotte, who recently returned into in-person faculty at St. Thomas Battersea, along with her big brother, Prince George, were pleased to have distinct people around.
This is maybe one of the most unfair things about the pandemic. For adults, missing a birthday party is unlucky but not awful; does turning 41 have to be a momentous occasion? Not really. But for children under 10, each year is a huge milestone, therefore it’s so nice that”Lottie” was able to have a real celebration.
For the event, the Cambridges released a special portrait of the daughter, accepted, obviously, by Middleton. Doesn’t Princess Charlotte look just like her dad here?
Their youngest, Prince Louis, also celebrated a birthday recently; he turned three in April and began college. No word on how he celebrated his birthday, but perhaps this little pedal-less bike was a present?
The royal couple also celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary not long ago. That’s so many household benchmarks. Can you imagine the number of thank-you cards Kate Middleton has had to write within the last month? My hand is cramped just thinking about it.