Prince William is set to turn 38 on June 21. The Duke of Cambridge will likely mark the occasion with his family in Norfolk, where they are isolating. Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk that it is “very likely” that personal photographs will be released, shot by Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, herself.
He said: “What we can expect, and one of the things we’ve looked forward to on all royal birthdays, is photographs.
“I’m sure there’ll be some happy family photographs.
“I’m sure they’re very likely to be taken by Kate.
“So far as whether or not he does anything else special, as you know he’s done a great deal for various charities, especially those involved with mental health.”
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Mr Fitzwilliams continued: “There are various things that he and Kate have been doing to assist during the pandemic.
“The way they’ve appeared on BBC Breakfast, the way they’ve sent messages of support, the way they’ve appeared before the school.
“He put out a documentary talking to well-known figures in the sports world
“It’s a variety of work that they have taken on, and they’ve done it superbly.”
Two of William’s children, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, also received similar treatment.
Both of the younger royals were forced to celebrate their birthdays (May 2 and April 23 respectively) under the nationwide lockdown.
On both occasions, their mother Kate released photographs that she had shot personally.
The Duchess is a keen photographer, and many pictures of the family have been taken by her.
The birthday to mark will be that of eldest child Prince George on July 22.