Kate Middleton Letter To Girl Who Invited Prince George To Her Birthday Party Goes Viral

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Kate Middleton has gone viral for making a young girl’s day after sending her a letter in response to an invite sent to Prince George.

The six-year-old fan asked if their nine-year-old son could come to her birthday party.

In response, the Duchess of Cambridge sent a personal letter back to the girl thanking her for inviting Prince George.

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According to the Express, the letter read: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have asked me to thank you for your letter, in which you invite Prince George to your 6th Birthday party. I am sorry that it took so long to reply.

“Their Royal Highnesses were extremely grateful for your kind invitation. Having given careful consideration to the possibilities, however, I very much regret that Their Royal Highnesses reluctantly feel they have to decline.

“Nevertheless, I hope that you enjoyed your birthday.”

The Duchess of Cambridge further added: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were immensely touched that you should take the trouble to write as you did to their son, Prince George.

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“It really was most thoughtful of you and Their Royal Highnesses have asked me to send you their warmest thanks and best wishes.”

Prince George recently turned nine years old and while his birthday celebrations were kept from the public eye, he was according to the Daily Star, given an ‘impossible gift’ by his godmother Julia Samuel.

It is believed to be a yearly tradition that started with Prince William and Prince Harry when they were children.

The ‘impossible gift’ is something that the boys would be given the parts for and have to make, which would end up being something ‘noisy,’ as Samuel explained.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.