Prince William will ‘hold joint 40th birthday party with Kate at Windsor Castle or Sandringham

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Prince William will ‘hold joint 40th birthday party with Kate Middleton at Windsor Castle or Sandringham this summer’ after the Duchess’ own celebration plans were cancelled due to surging coronavirus

  • Duke of Cambridge is turning 40 on Tuesday and will celebrate later this summer
  • He will hold a joint party with wife Kate for both of their landmark 40th birthdays
  • The Duchess of Cambridge could not celebrate hers last year due to Covid-19
  • Her Majesty will not confirm of her attendance until the day because of mobility

Price William is holding a joint 40th birthday party with Kate Middleton at Windsor Castle or Sandringham this summer after the Duchess’ own celebrations were cancelled last year.

The Duke of Cambridge is turning 40 on Tuesday and has just been given the go-ahead to throw his birthday party at either one of the Queen’s estates later this summer.

Royal sources have revealed that the Duke and Duchess should ‘celebrate their landmark birthdays in style’, in a historic tradition for the family which sees multiple members collaborate their big bashes.

Price William is holding a joint 40th birthday party with Kate Middleton (pictured together at Ascot on Friday) at Windsor Castle or Sandringham this summer after the Duchess’ own celebrations were cancelled last year

However the Queen, 96, will not confirm of her attendance until the day of the party, according to the Mirror, because of her mobility issues which have seen her reluctantly pull out of many royal appearances in recent months. 
The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed her 40th in the Norfolk countryside in January, in a more intimate affair with just friends and family at the Cambridges’ home, Amner Hall, due to the Omicron variant.   

 

At the time, a source said: ‘There are likely to be low-key celebrations for the Duchess. She didn’t want anything flashy anyway – that’s not exactly her thing – but particularly given the current climate anything is likely to be scaled down.’

A similar royal knees-up to what is expected this summer was held at Windsor Castle back in June 2000, which saw the family get together for Prince William’s 18th birthday, Princess Anne’s 50th, Princess Margaret’s 70th and Andrew’s 40th.

And for the first time, the Duke will not be having his birthday marked by the flying of the Union flags.

The Queen and Prince Charles will be the only royals honoured with the Union Flag flying over government buildings on their birthdays.

The Duke of Cambridge is turning 40 on Tuesday and has just been given the go-ahead to throw his birthday party at either one of the Queen's estates later this summer (pictured is Windsor Castle)

The Duke of Cambridge is turning 40 on Tuesday and has just been given the go-ahead to throw his birthday party at either one of the Queen’s estates later this summer (pictured is Windsor Castle)

Royal sources have revealed that the Duke and Duchess should 'celebrate their landmark birthdays in style', in a historic tradition for the family which sees multiple members collaborate their big bashes. Pictured is Sandringham Estate, where the royal couple could celebrate their 40th birthdays this summer

Royal sources have revealed that the Duke and Duchess should ‘celebrate their landmark birthdays in style’, in a historic tradition for the family which sees multiple members collaborate their big bashes. Pictured is Sandringham Estate, where the royal couple could celebrate their 40th birthdays this summer

It is reportedly a bid to save Prince Andrew from embarrassment. The honour was stripped from the Duke of York as well as William, Kate, Anne, Edward, Camilla and Sophie.

The government decision is believed to have been agreed upon by the 96-year-old monarch, the Sun reported.  

A number of councils allegedly said they would not obey a rule to fly it for Andrew on his birthday earlier this year because of the disgraced Duke of York’s association with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his lawsuit with Virginia Roberts.

The Queen’s second son was stripped of his official duties this year after he paid a settlement worth £12million to Virginia Roberts, who accused him of sexually abusing her when she was 17. 

And for the first time, the Duke will not be having his birthday marked by the flying of the Union flags. Pictured: Union Flag on a tower of Parliament

And for the first time, the Duke will not be having his birthday marked by the flying of the Union flags. Pictured: Union Flag on a tower of Parliament

The Government publishes a list each year of designated days for the flag to fly over governmental buildings. 

Yet the guidance on flags changed in 2022 according to archives of its code on flying the Union Flag, with the alteration meaning the Duke of York’s February 19 birthday is no longer a designated day.

Only Her Majesty and her successor, the Prince of Wales, will have their birthdays marked. 

The government said: ‘Since 2021, the default position is the flag flies all year unless another flag is being flown.’

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