Kate Middleton sends Twitter into meltdown as she marks Prince William’s 38th birthday
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Uploaded to Twitter, a picture shows William sitting on a swing gifted by his father with Prince Louis on his lap, Princess Charlotte next to him and Prince George behind. Another picture shows their three children lying on William’s back on the grounds of Anmer Hall. The picture generated well wishes on the Kensington Royal Instagram and the Twitter page for the Cambridges was no different.
A royal fan wrote: “I’m done, these pictures are the cutest ever.
“Thank you Kate for your great photography.”
Another user added: “Wish Princess Diana could experience this beautiful moment.”
Yet another added: “Happy Birthday and Father’s Day to Prince William.”
Another fan tweeted: “OMG, Such a wonderful photo!!
“Sooo beautiful *Cambridges kids!
“What a happy dad!!”
Another added: “This is such a lovely picture!
“The Duchess did a great job once again, capturing her happy family. Love everyone’s big happy smiles Blossom.
“Happy birthday and Fathers Day to the Duke.”
Kate is known to be a keen photographer and often takes photographs of the family.
She is even an honorary member of the Royal Photographic Society.
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William and Kate met at the University of St. Andrews.
They both initially studied history of art, however William changed to geography.
They both graduated with 2:1 degrees.
As they went to a Scottish university, they both studied for integrated masters.
They would marry in 2011.
George, their first child was born in July 2013, Charlotte in May 2015 and Louis in April 2018.
Due to the removal of male preference primogeniture, Charlotte is ahead of Louis in the line of succession.
Previously, female royals would be moved down upon the birth of a brother.
The move to absolute preference primogeniture only applies to births after October 2011.
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