Kate Middleton & Prince William's Anniversary Plans Are Surprising at Best

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OMG. Can you believe that yesterday was Kate Middleton and Prince William's third anniversary?!? I can remember getting up at the crack of dawn to watch their royal wedding like it was yesterday, and here three whole years have passed. Now they have baby George and are more in love than ever.

And considering they just got back from their Royal Tour, where they really didn't get a whole lot of down time, you'd think they'd want to let loose and go out on the town to celebrate their big day.

But wait until you hear what Kate and Wills actually did for their anniversary, which is not what any of us expected at all.

You guys? From everything we can tell, they freakin' stayed home. With Prince George. As in that doesn't sound like the most romantic evening. A source told Us Weekly, "They chose to make low-key plans but it will still be a special day for them."

And a spokesman told People that Kate and William were spending the day "privately."

Low-key and private, huh? In my book, that means staying at home, having a quiet dinner, and turning in early.

While I'm sure some fabulous chef cooked them a highly gourmet, delectable meal, it just seems surprising that they didn't want to sneak off for some alone time away from the baby. It was their anniversary after all, so you'd think they'd want to have a night off from midnight feeding duty, if you know what I mean. (Wink, wink.)

But maybe Prince George is the reason they decided to go the laid-back route this year? After all, he's the most important thing to come out of their marriage so far, so perhaps they figured their anniversary couldn't be more appropriate than spending some private time with their little guy. (Aww.)

How do you typically spend your anniversaries?

 

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Enid Herbert

NOT MIDDLETON NOW X


 


 


NOT MIDDLETON X


 


 

nonmember avatar BJ Allen

It's not like they can't hire any one of the world's best chefs to cook them a meal at Kensington Palace and avoid having to go out and deal with the press and the public! If they want special music, I'm certain they could arrange for their favourite musical artist to serenade them and all could be done with a confidentiality agreement do the public would never know. When you're in their position and have their resources, one foes not have to go out in public to celebrate in grand style.

nonmember avatar BJ Allen

It's not like they can't hire any one of the world's best chefs to cook them a meal at Kensington Palace and avoid having to go out and deal with the press and the public! If they want special music, I'm certain they could arrange for their favourite musical artist to serenade them and all could be done with a confidentiality agreement do the public would never know. When you're in their position and have their resources, one foes not have to go out in public to celebrate in grand style.

Debbie Learn

Duchess Kate and Prince William probably enjoyed their down time greatly after their big tour. Good for them. God bless them.



Denise Jones

Most prob as they been down under for 3 weeks,That's all they both wanted is for the 3 of them together,and George be in bed early,So who knows,what they done behind closed doors,Not everyone wants a fuss ,And Kate is defo one ,As i was and like millions of people,On your own time is good.i do believe they had a fantastic Anniversary .



Audrey Silverblade

They are quite capable doing for themselves and have done so  previously many times.Staying at home is wonderful.Baby sleeps the night and they didn't have to go out driving anywhere.good for them We seldom went out for our anniversry either. Home is the place to be .


 

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