Kate Middleton celebrates her 39th birthday in lockdown.
And the Queen performed the royal family’s homages to the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Queen shared two photos of Kate on the royal family’s official Instagram account.
One is from her summer visit to Scouts and another from Kate chatting with Her Majesty.
The photos are accompanied by: “I wish the Duchess of Cambridge a happy birthday today!
Kate Middleton spends her birthday in Lockdown
Read more: Prince Harry “felt isolated in America during the pandemic but has no regrets moving”
“Swipe The Duchess is pictured with Her Majesty The Queen at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019.”
Meanwhile, Kate’s father-in-law, Prince Charles, shared a stunning photo of a radiant Kate in casual clothes.
On the Clarence House Instagram page, the post read: “Happy Birthday to the Duchess of Cambridge!”
Kate thanked the front staff on her birthday
Kate thanked her family and the public for their birthday wishes.
And she also used her gratitude as an opportunity to thank the staff at the front.
Read more: Meghan Markle’s sister says the royal family will “like” her new book
A post shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Instagram account reads: “Thank you for your kind wishes on the Duchess’ birthday.
“Birthdays have been very different over the past few months and we continue to think of everyone who is on the front lines at this extremely challenging time.”
Royalists rushed to praise Kate on her special day.
Royal fans paid tribute to Kate on her big day
One user shared, “Happy Birthday Duchess Kate, sure your mom and dad are so super proud of you and the woman you have become!”
Another user wrote: “Happy birthday! May your special day be filled with love, laughter, and cake, and may your path before you be filled with all the success you deserve. Thanks for everything you do! “
A third user commented, “Nice, always a pleasure to see the work that you and Prince William and your lovely family are doing. Stay safe.”
Due to the new lockdown, Kate and her family are said to be staying at Anm Hall, Norfolk, near Sandringham.
You traveled here during festive times and are unlikely to return to Kensington Palace for the foreseeable future.
Meanwhile, a palace source recently told The mirror: “The family is committed to working together to help the country through the next phase of the crisis.
“There are already plans to reach a number of charities and corporations and luckily they are now very familiar in the video calling world.”
What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page @EntertainmentDailyFix.