Carole Middleton Confirms This Christmas Tradition With Prince George, Princess Charlotte & Prince Louis Is Back This Year
Christmas might have looked different last year, but Kate Middleton's mother, Carole Middleton, confirmed that Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, are in for a treat when the holidays roll around.
Last year they weren't able to decorate the tree, but it looks like the tradition is back again.
"Carole Says: Once again this year we plan to have two Christmas trees: one for the children to decorate and one which I do myself. My beloved tree-top angel is looking a little worse for wear after years of service so it’s time to invest in something new. This Light Up Gold Star will bring an extra twinkle to proceedings," a caption read via Carole's Instagram page, Party Pieces.
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Of course, everyone is excited to see how the decorations shake out. One person wrote, "Carole. A great mom and grandma❤️," while another added, "You are amazing!😍👏👏❤."
A third person said, "Very cute! 🌟."
The grandmother also revealed what she will be getting the tots this year.
"I’m going to need a few of these cheeky chaps this December, to hide around the house and make my grandchildren laugh. As much as I love immaculate decorations, we can’t be too serious at Christmas!" the 66-year-old captioned a photo of two gnomes on her Party Pieces Instagram page.
Despite being part of the royal family, Kate, 39, makes sure to keep her kids grounded.
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"George enjoys his iPad at school, both he and Charlotte are quite tech-savvy and, like most children, there probably are technical gadgets and such like on their wish list," expert Katie Nicholl noted. "I'm sure they're not going to want for anything, but when it comes to technology and screens, they are careful not to spoil them with extravagant gifting."
Nicholl added, "If it is something that happens to be a computer game or something like that then they are cautious of screen time so it could be a more practical gift."