The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate celebrates her 37th birthday today. Which is also the happiest age for Britons, according to a recent study.
Kate Middleton turned 37 today and it is the age Britons are the happiest.
This particular age marks the point where people have ticked off most of their key life goals, the study has suggested. Key life goals in the 2013 study included having a family, getting married and travelling around the world. And in Kate’s case, she has achieved her key life goals.
The Duchess of Cambridge is expected to spend her birthday privately with her family.
However, her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, William will be out for some of the day. That is because he is due to visit the the London Air Ambulance at the royal hospital to mark their 30th anniversary. Former air ambulance pilot, Prince William’s public engagement is to recognise the work that their first responders carry out.
The mother of three will start her 2019’s public engagements a bit later. Her first stop would bee the King Henry’s Walk Community Garden in Islington. She will be visiting on January 15. It comes after the Cambridge family’s Christmas break at Anmer Hall.
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Things in the royal family are changing now.
In November, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan announced their plans to move out of their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace. There they are William and Kate’s neighbours. And now, Meghan and Harry are moving to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, sparking reports of a fall out with William and Kate.
Most of the rumours have centred on Meghan and Kate. Claims are that the pair do not get on very well. There were some reports of a clash over Charlotte’’s bridesmaid dress ahead of the May royal wedding and claims of a row over staff. However, some royal commentators have suggested the rift could actually be between William and Harry.
So, is that true?
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In an appearance on Channel 5 documentary, ‘Kate V Meghan: Princesses at War’, royal expert, Katie Nicholl insisted Prince Harry and Prince William’s relationship could be strained. Ms Nicholl said the Duke of Cambridge, William was concerned that his younger brother, Harry’s relationship with Meghan was moving too fast.
This lead Prince William to have a word with Prince Harry. However, the Duke of Sussex, Harry was riled by William’s intervention which he saw as criticism of Meghan and things between the two bothers have not been quite right since.