Here's How Kate Middleton's 37th Birthday Compares to Her Past Celebrations

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 37

2014: According to Hello, Middleton spent her first birthday as a mother at the Norfolk home she and William raised the young Prince in. The Duchess of Cambridge's husband Prince William, 36, was busy during the day with a royal engagement at London's Air Ambulance Charity but was back in time for the evening's celebrations.

Following the rumors about Kate's potential pregnancy, British bookies are sure there will be a royal announcement in 2019.

He pretended to look surprised when two youngsters handed him a home-made card to celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge's 37th birthday, telling the boy and girl: 'Well done you for remembering!'

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle expecting a baby very soon, fans of the royal family are keen for Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to expand their family for one more Prince or Princess.

'Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages on The Duchess of Cambridge's birthday!' they said.

Proud father Prince William revealed Prince Louis is teething.

Over the coming year, the Cambridges' middle child Charlotte is set to turn four in May and then start school in September, when she will most likely join George at private school Thomas's Battersea.

George will be celebrating his sixth birthday in July, while baby Louis, turns one on April 23. Having just been given the role "Patron of the London Air Ambulance Charity's 30th Anniversary Campaign", William spent time meeting the staff and first responders as well as patients of the hospital.

Prince William also praised the children, who are brother and sister, for their handwriting.

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

But since becoming a mother, the Duchess has preferred to celebrate privately with her close family.

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