Kate Middleton Appears in a New Birthday Photo

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When it comes to the royal family at this time, all eyes are on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after their bomb announcement. But that hasn’t stopped Kate Middleton from celebrating her birthday and sharing the moment.

Kate and William went to the official Instagram account of Kensington Royal with a new photo of Kate sitting on a rustic wooden fence.

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Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages on The Duchess of Cambridge’s birthday! Photo ? by @MattPorteous

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It seems that the Duchess is spending a carefree time in the country in the new episode, which is a decidedly different situation than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently facing. Kate looks completely relaxed, living in a soft gray sweater with a long-sleeved blouse underneath combined with simple jeans.

“Thank you all for all your lovely messages on the birthday of The Duchess of Cambridge!” The caption reads. Interestingly, despite everything that happened with Meghan and Harry lately, the official Sussex Royal account took some time to send Kate some birthday wishes. “We wish the Duchess of Cambridge a happy birthday today!” Said his comment.

Kate seems to be celebrating her birthday as best she can, despite reports that Prince William is having a hard time dealing with his brother Harry’s latest drama. ” William was surprised by Harry and Meghan’s decision and statement,” according to Us Weekly.

«There is still a gap between the two brothers. It’s sad because when they were younger, William would be the first person Harry would go to with great news like this. It seems that the best course of action for William and his family, according to the source, is “moving on with his life.”
It’s unclear how Kate currently feels about the situation with Meghan and Harry, but we hope she can take some time to focus on her birthday in the middle of the whole drama.

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