The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

The Duchess of Cambridge will ring in her 37 birthday before stepping out for her first royal engagement of the New Year!

Royal households, British embassies and charities of which Kate is patron are among those who posted their congratulations. In addition to a candid shot from Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's October wedding, where Kate stunned in a raspberry dress and fascinator, they included a cheerful photo from Kate and Prince William's visit to Cyprus last month.

"Happy Birthday to HRH The Duchess of Cambridge!" read the post's caption.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up against the wintry weather to join the Queen at church yesterday.

Much of her day has been spent without Wills as the Duke attended a tea party celebrating 30 years of the London Air Ambulance. Kate marked her birthday privately with William and their three children, when Charlotte and her older brother Prince George returned from a day at school.

The duke said "I did remember this morning, so I was OK", when given the card made by the young girl, whose family met the royal during his trip to the Royal London Hospital in east London.

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Middleton turns 37 on January 9, but if you rewind the clock about seven years, you'll recall that she got a special b-day gift courtesy (kourtesy?) of Kim K.

"She'd already had it the week before at Kensington Palace, as ludicrous as that might have been", the expert continued.

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

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