Kate Middleton & Prince William follows the tradition on Mother’s Day to remember ‘Granny Diana’

Kate Middleton & Prince William follows the tradition on Mother’s Day to remember ‘Granny Diana’

Kate Middleton & Prince William follows the tradition on Mother’s Day to remember ‘Granny Diana’

Even though they live in palaces, the royal family celebrates Mother’s Day just like the rest of us. Prince William and his children When it comes to honoring Kate each year, Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, have some very nice customs.

For the Cambridges, Mothering Sunday usually entails a sloppy cake-baking session, handcrafted cards, and a memorial to Diana.

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When it comes to gifting Kate a card, George, Charlotte, and Louis, like many other children, choose to go the DIY route.


The charming DIY project featured a jar of flowers, 3D stuck-up petals, and a vase, and royal fans got an early peek at the card George had produced for his mother in 2020.

For Mother’s Day last year, George and his siblings, Charlotte and Louis created Kate an incredible cake.
Hearts, smarties, and cream-covered blobs garnished the delectable dessert.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a photo of the Victoria Sponge on their Instagram feed.
“Celebrating two additional amazing mothers today,” the post said. George, Charlotte, and Louis created it.”

While the day is meant to be a day of celebration, paying honor to people like Kate Middleton and the Queen, it can also be a difficult day for Prince William and Prince Harry.


“It wasn’t until the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death in 1997, that Mother’s Day took on an extra meaning for the Royals,” Duncan Larcombe, Royal Author and former Royal Editor of The Sun, told Fabulous.

“Since then, the fourth Sunday in the Christian festival of Lent – when Mother’s Day is marked in the UK – is shrouded in sadness for William and Harry. 

“Both the boys have spoken about how difficult they find the day, which for years they would always dread. 

“Prince Charles and the rest of the family were at pains to throw a ring of cotton wool around Diana’s children on the Mothering Sundays that followed her death.

“But this changed when first William and then Harry had children of their own. 

“Now the focus is on using the day as a chance to tell their children about the amazing grandmother they never met.”


Princess Charlotte, Prince George, and Prince Louis sent “Granny Diana” heartfelt Mother’s Day cards.

“Dear Granny Diana,” Prince George penned on green paper in a sorrowful message. Happy Mother’s Day, everyone! “I adore you and think of you always.” George sends his heartfelt greetings.”

For the big day, royal admirers are frequently treated to some cute royal photographs on social media.
Kate and William paid homage to “mothers new and old” in 2020 by releasing a photo of themselves giving their two eldest children piggyback rides in the yard outside their Norfolk residence.

Furthermore, the pair used the heartfelt tweet to honour their respective moms, Princess Diana and Carole Middleton.

Kate also posted a photo of herself as a young kid with her mother in 2021.


The royals’ schedules are usually jam-packed with royal engagements and services.

“The Queen has only one rule when it comes to Mother’s Day — it’s all about the family,” Duncan said of the special day.

Her Majesty has struggled to balance the expectations of her public with the needs of her children since the birth of her first child, Prince Charles.

“The Monarch typically keeps her diary vacant on Mother’s Day each year to enable quality time with those closest to her. “For the majority of her reign, the Queen’s children have each given their mother a bouquet of flowers and handwritten letters.

”This year Charles, Anne, Andrew, and Edward are expected to make an extra effort to deliver their flowers by hand to make up for last year’s lockdown.”

Duncan said that little is known about how Harry marks the day now that he is a father and lives in the USA, where Mother’s Day takes place on the second Sunday of May.


He commented: “Sources say the Duke of Sussex has already followed William’s style of sharing his mother’s memories with his kids.

“At least by focusing on their own children this year, William and Harry have something to distract them from the elephant in the room.

“Mother’s Day was always an occasion when the brothers gave comfort to each other – sadly one ‘family’ tradition that seems to have all but disappeared.”

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