OK! magazine’s royal expert Christina Reeves told the title that in previous generations, Halloween was not an occasion that the household would have celebrated, but as with many of their parenting choices, William and Kate, both 35, were likely to take their own approach to the holiday.
Christina believes that the Cambridges will mark the occasion with a private celebration at home – possibly with the support of Kate’s mother and sister.
‘The royals certainly don’t publicly celebrate Halloween, however, Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton and sister, Pippa Middleton might well put their party planning skills to good use,’ she said.
Royal expert Christina says that William and Kate are likely to be planning a family party at home
Carole and husband Michael famously run their own company, Party Pieces, whilst Pippa followed in her parents’ footsteps by releasing her own party planning book, which was published in 2012.
However, because the festivities will take place behind closed doors, we’re not holding our breath for any adorable pics of the royal children dressed up in suitably spooky outfits.
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Whatever they plump for, George and Charlotte will have to fit their antics in alongside their pregnant mum’s official engagement on the day, as Kate has been confirmed to attend an event with the Lawn Tennis Association.
The Duchess will be a spectator to a wheelchair tennis demonstration, before taking part in a session with children aged 5-8, as the organisation teaches them how to play and enjoy the sport.
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