Kate Middleton’s Mom, Carole, Wants Bouncy Castles For Princess Charlotte’s First Birthday? Insider Details Revealed!


Kate Middleton's Mom
Kate Middleton's Mom

Kate Middleton’s mom, Carole Middleton has started writing a column on how to throw parties for Little London magazine.

The Middleton matriarch previously made headlines when rumors swirled that she had taken over the Anmer Hall household, and was ordering the staff about in William and Kate’s place after Princess Charlotte was born.

But now, the Duchess of Cambridge’s mom has apparently found the time to publish an advice column on how to throw great birthday parties.

It will be recalled that she and her husband Michael own a successful party supplies business, and so fans are saying that the advice column is right up her alley.

Carole’s first column talked about how to throw a birthday party for children.

“We’ve always believed that parties do not have to be lavish and expensive occasions, and it’s amazing what you can achieve by being clever and creative,” Carole wrote.

Vanity Fair listed the tips that Kate Middleton’s mom gave in her recommendations.

“Classic sports day games are great .

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there’s nothing better for burning off some excess energy,” she wrote.

She also said that there are some things that might be worth spending money on, “there are few bigger draws for children” than bouncy castles.

The maternal grandmother of Princess Charlotte also recommended playing traditional games such as apple bobbing, kick the can, and British games such as  “What’s the Time, Mr.

Wolf?” and “Grandmother’s Footsteps.” Aside from writing for Little London, Kate’s mom will also be writing for Baby London magazine.

According to People , her very first article for Baby London will talk about how to throw a birthday for when your child turns one.

Previously, Carole’s other daughter Pippa, also tried her hand at writing a how-to guide for Vanity Fair magazine.

The 31-year-old wrote a guide about croquet, and it was titled, “Pippa Middleton’s Marvelously British Guide To Croquet.” Pippa also wrote for The Sunday Telegraph, and Waitrose Kitchen.

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