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Duchess Catherine's First Mother's Day with Prince Louis

Duchess Catherine and Prince Louis

Duchess Kate celebrated her first Mother's Day with Prince Louis last Sunday. The day was a very special one for the duchess and she spent it with her three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

It was Duchess Kate's (37) first Mothers's Day as a mum of there on Sunday 31st March and she celebrated at home with her family.

Royals: Duchess Kate's First Mother's Day with Prince Louis 

A spokesperson at Kensington Palace revealed to Hello magazine that Duchess Kate would be celebrating Mother's Day at home privately. Prince Louis, who is eleven months old, was born on 23rd April 2018. 

It was his first Mother's Day. Prince Louis was baptised in July 2018 and is now nearly one year old and learning to walk, although he's not quite old enough to have made Kate anything yet!

Prince Louis's christening

Prince Louis's christening

Kate celebrated the special day with Prince George (5) and Princess Charlotte (3) last year. She was sporting a huge baby bump, Prince Louis arrived just weeks later. 

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Prince William (36), Duchess Kate and their children have lots to celebrate this April. It will be Prince Louis's birthday on 23rd April and Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be home from school for the Easter break. 

Duchess Catherine, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

Duchess Catherine, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

Duchess Kate made her last public appearance before the Easter holidays on 28th March. Charlotte and George are already on holiday and so the Cambridges will be able to spend a lot of time together as a family in the coming weeks.

We don't know exactly where they will be spending their time off, but, according to Hello, they will most likely retire to their country house in Sandringham where they spend most of their holidays.