Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla pay royal tribute to Kate Middleton on her 39th birthday


The Duchess of Cambridge has said that her thoughts are with the frontline activists of the epidemic as she celebrates ‘very different’ birthdays – as she received good wishes from The Queen. Prince Charles and Camilla.

Kate Middleton, who turns 39 today, is believed to be spending the day with her family at the Norfolk home in Anmer Hall, where Cambridge spent Christmas time following the Queen’s quiet festival.

A message on Cambridge ‘ Twitter Page said: Thank you for your best wishes on the ‘Duchess’ birthday.

‘Birthdays have been very different in recent months, and our thoughts remain with everyone working in the front line in this difficult challenging time.’

The message was shown with a photo of Kate wearing and waving a face mask that was taken while she and William spent three days in December thanking key activists for their efforts during the coronovirus epidemic He visited the country by royal train.

The Duchess was also sent birthday wishes by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who do not have social media accounts, have not publicly posted messages to the royal.

The Duchess of Cambridge (pictured) has stated that her thoughts are with the frontline activists of the epidemic as she celebrates ‘very different’ birthdays. Painted on royal train tour in december

The message (pictured) was wearing and waving a face mask with a picture of Kate that was taken while she and William spent three days in December thanking key activists for their efforts during the coronovirus epidemic For the royal train visited the country.

The message (pictured) was wearing and waving a face mask with a picture of Kate that was taken while she and William spent three days in December thanking key activists for their efforts during the coronovirus epidemic For the royal train visited the country.

Taking to Twitter, the official Royal Family Instagram shared two throw back photos of the Duchess and wrote: 'Wishing the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy birthday today!'  (picture)

Taking to Twitter, the official Royal Family Instagram shared two throw back photos of the Duchess and wrote: ‘Wishing the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy birthday today!’ (picture)

In one of the snaps, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show can be seen with the Royal Highness during his 2019 visit

In one of the snaps, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show can be seen with the Royal Highness during his 2019 visit

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On 29 September, the Duchess is shown the Scout’s Dogel in a second snap to meet the Cub and Beaver Scouts in Northolt, West London

Clarence House Twitter The account posted a photo of Kate during a trip to Battersea Park in September, where she met mothers about how they were helping each other during the epidemic, with the message: ‘Happy Birthday to the Duchess of Cambridge! ‘

Buckingham Palace Tweeted two photos of Kate, one of them with the Queen as the Duchess, gave a guided tour of the garden she created for the Chelsea Flower Show, and Kate became the joint president of the other Scout Association, The queen is the guardian of Thi.

Mahal’s tweet said: ‘Wishing the Duchess of Cambridge a very happy birthday today!’

Birthday cake emoji added, as well as the hashtag #HappyBirthdayHRH.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also shared a photo of the mother-of-three and wrote: 'Happy birthday to the Duchess of Cambridge!'  A confetti ball with emoji (pictured)

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also shared a photo of the mother-of-three and wrote: ‘Happy birthday to the Duchess of Cambridge!’ A confetti ball with emoji (pictured)

In the photo, a smiling Kate is seen resting in a pair of recycled pink £ 29.50 M&S trousers to meet with parents helped by the peer support network during the Kovid-19 epidemic on 22 September.

In the photo, a smiling Kate is seen resting in a pair of recycled pink £ 29.50 M&S trousers to meet with parents helped by the peer support network during the Kovid-19 epidemic on 22 September.

A general view in front of Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate on 13 January 2013 in Kings Lynn

A general view in front of Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate on 13 January 2013 in Kings Lynn

With William and his three children – five-year-old Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and two-year-old Prince Louis, Kate’s birthday celebration is likely to be a private affair due to lockdown restrictions.

During the epidemic, Cambridge has adapted to its public life, turned to video calls to conduct virtual engagements and then become involved in socially distant events when the ban was lifted.

In November, the Duchess said she was ‘polite’ that more than half of the people had participated in her historical research on the issue of the early years.

The study on perceptions in early childhood was the largest of its kind in the UK – one of only four who found that the first five years of a child’s life recognize the critical importance.

It is believed that Cambridge intended to return to their London base at Kensington Palace, but now they have no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against necessary travel.  Pictures with her children attending a special pantomime performance at London's Palladium Theater in December

It is believed that Cambridge intended to return to its London base at Kensington Palace, but now has no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against the necessary visit. Pictures with her children attending a special pantomime performance at London’s Palladium Theater in December

Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to remain in Anmer Hall and begin to homeschool their children Prince George, seven, Prince Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five (one in a shot for their 2020 Christmas card Depicted with)

Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to remain at Anmer Hall and resume homeschooling to their children Prince George, seven, Prince Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five (together in a shot for their 2020 Christmas card Pictured)

A day before Kate’s 38th birthday in 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced to her blunt news that she wanted to step down as a working royalty and become financially independent – something she had achieved.

Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born on January 9, 1982 at the Royal Berkshire Hospital to Carroll and Michael Middleton.

Amman in Jordan was home to Kate and her family for a few years in the mid-1980s, where he studied in nursery school from the age of three before returning to Berkshire.

At the age of 13, she attended the exclusive, private Marlborough College in Wiltshire, where she was attending.

She graduated from St. Andrews University in 2005 with a 2: 1 in History of Art, where she met William and began dating, which she married in 2011 in Westminster Abbey.

Kate – now an HRH and a future queen concert – is the patron of 19 charities and organizations, and has focused her charity work to help children get the best possible start in life, especially their mental health nearby.

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