Kate Middleton’s mum Carole reveals her VERY expensive Mother’s Day wish list

Kate Middleton and her siblings Pippa and James may need to club together this Mother’s Day, if they want to get their mum Carole Middleton a selection of the things on her Mother’s Day wish list.

Writing in her column for luxury lifestyle magazine Baby London, Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s grandmother shared her ultimate Mother’s Day wish list with readers – and it’s safe to say the gifts are far from affordable!

Items on the former British Airways flight attendant and party planner’s list include a £130 rucksack and a flower bouquet subscription that costs over £1000.

Mother’s Day lands on 11th March this year and while most mums would be happy with some flowers and a box of chocolates, or maybe a home-made cake or just a lie-in and breakfast in bed, it seems that Kate Middleton’s mother has much higher expectations.

Writing in her column, Carole suggested that a small bouquet of flowers delivered every month until Mother’s Day 2019 might be a nice touch for any mum – although it will set their doting children back £1,020. Far from the cheapest flowers on offer through the luxury service, the company also offer a deluxe package, which comes in at £9,880.

Carole and Kate at Ascot last yeast

Also on Kate Middleton’s mum’s list is a box of £30 chocolates from Rocco, a £64 bottle of Aurelia Revitalise & Glow serum, a £75 Marloe London scarf and a personalised silver necklace which costs £69. If Kate, Pippa and James were to buy everything on the list, they would have to spend around £1500 each!

On top of this Carole suggests that mothers should be treated to a brunch spread with decorations to make it feel ‘extra special’.

Instead of forking out loads of money on some decorations, you could turn it into an activity for the whole family. Make your own dinner mats, name tags or even some bunting – and then rustle up some delicious Mother’s Day recipes in the kitchen.

What’s on your Mother’s Day wish list this year? Let us know what you’re hoping for on March 11th in the comments section below!