Duke and Duchess to have ‘low-key’ anniversary

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning to lie low in celebration of their third wedding anniversary.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will reportedly have a “low-key” wedding anniversary.

Prince William and Catherine Middleton tied the knot in a famous ceremony on April 29, 2011.

The British royals recently returned to the UK after completing a three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand, and it is claimed they have decided to relax at home in honour of their union.

“They chose to make low-key plans but it will still be a special day for them,” a source told Us Weekly magazine. “They decided to do something low-key and in private before the tour and have been looking forward to celebrating.”

The couple, who are parents to nine-month-old Prince George, are preparing for ambassadorial tours around the world that commence this summer.

And apparently they are embracing downtime currently in anticipation of forthcoming travels.

“As always, summer is a busy time for the couple and this year will be unlike any other,” an insider explained. “Their schedule will be very busy in June, July and August.”

It is believed Prince William and Duchess Catherine will exchange a traditional gift on their wedding anniversary. A customary present for the third year of a royal British marriage is something made of leather.

Prince George accompanied his parents on their recent trip to Oceania for his first official public tour.

Apparently the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are enjoying every moment of parenthood.

“William and Kate are excited about the many milestones ahead,” a source told Us previously. “George already has a tiny tooth coming in. And his cheeks are chubbier than ever!”
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Tuesday, 29. April 2014