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Kate Middleton gives childhood insight as she shares memories on parents’ website

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Kate Middleton gave a glimpse into her childhood with a series of memories posted on her parents’ website in 2009.


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While the blog has since been removed from Party Pieces – where Duchess Kate used to work – viewers were able to get an insight into the private life of Kate Middleton before she married Prince William. The then 28-year-old Kate shared a number of recollections, including how she liked to dress up as a clown when she was younger.

And she admitted that as a child her favourite game was musical statues considering she has “always been a keen dancer.” Continuing the theme of the entry, Prince William’s girlfriend was asked what she thought made a good party bag.

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“Anything that Mummy would normally never allow me to have,” she replied. “They were always such a treat.” Kate went on to recommend a “cooking party” for girls with cookies and cakes, and a “camping party” for boys, which she describes as “a great way to get Daddies involved.”

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The Reading-born brunette also recalled her best party memory – “an amazing white rabbit marshmallow cake that Mummy made when I was seven” – and also confessed she had a “cake disaster” when she forgot to add self-raising flour during her brother James’ birthday.

Party Pieces was founded by mum Carole Middleton in 1997, and prior to taking up her role there, Kate worked as a junior accessories buyer at Jigsaw.

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Talking about her childhood, Kate further revealed “I had an amazing granny who devoted a lot of time to us, playing with us, doing arts, crafts and cooking with us”. “And I try and incorporate all those experiences to children now.”

She continued: “As children, we spent a lot of time outside. It’s something I’m really passionate about. I think it’s so great for physical and mental wellbeing. 

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