March 20, 2019

How Duchess Catherine celebrated her 37th birthday

13 January 2019, 01:39 | Regina Holmes

Birthday messages for Duchess of Cambridge as Kate turns 37

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

He arrived in style: William, who worked as an air ambulance pilot for around two years in East Anglia, touched down in one of the London Air Ambulance charity's helicopters.

Prince William is spending part of Kate Middleton's 37th birthday working, but luckily he isn't heading too far away from their home at Kensington Palace.

Prince William has given his wife a number of extravagant gifts over the years - and not just on her birthday.

READ: Prince William opens up about Prince Louis' latest milestone - teething!

The day which we're sure was filled with love, family and jewellery, was however, missing one key player, her husband, Prince William.

"Well done for remembering", the Queen's grandson, 36, said as he looked over the card and thanked the children, as captured in a video from royals reporter Rebecca English on Twitter.

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37
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Over the coming year, the Cambridges' middle child Charlotte is set to turn four in May and then start school in September, when she will most likely join George at private school Thomas's Battersea.

Catherine is thought to have celebrated her birthday with a low-key event at Kensington Palace on Wednesday.

Kate and Prince William have already birthed three children (George, Louis, and Charlotte) in a bid to crush Royal newcomer Meghan Markle's claim to mummy fame by springtime.

London's Air Ambulance account have said that staff are "so proud" to be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the service being founded with the Duke of Cambridge, the charity's medical director has said.

Kate also suffered from extreme bouts of morning sickness whilst pregnant with her three children, in addition to fits of rage alternated with acute sadness topped with subtle hints of hopelessness, which have not been reported to date.

When someone asked what the royal would be doing to mark Kate's big day, he jokingly replied, "That would be telling!"

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