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34 Moments The World Fell in Love with Kate, Duchess of Cambridge Even More!

The former Kate Middleton, now our Duchess of Cambridge, turns 34 today. It's been a very busy year for our beloved royal but not even her hectic schedule or the frenzy of being a celebrity royal could tame the love her adoring fans has for her! So what better way to relieve the year that was for the Duchess of Cambridge than to look back at the 34 most unforgettable moments this past year.

At the world premiere of Spectre, October 26.

While visiting Mind, a mental health organization, for World Mental Health Day, London's Harrow College, October 10.

Day out with Prince George at the National History Museum, London, October 22.

At a match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between England and Wales at Twickenham Stadium, September 26.

At the French Embassy to honor those lost in the terror attacks in Paris.

At Twickenham Stadium, London, September 18.

With her daughter, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, on her christening day, July 5.

At the state banquet at Buckingham Palace for Chinese President Xo Jinping, October 20.

At the christening of Princess Charlotte, with Prince William and Prince George of Cambridge, July 5.

Visiting a rehabilitation center at HMP Send in Woking, September 25.

Remembrance Sunday, November 8.

With Prince William and a young actress who performed as Mathilda at a “Creative Collaborations: UK & China” event at Lancaster House, October 21.

At Fostering Network's Fostering Excellence Awards at BMA House, November 17.

With Prince William as they meet president of China.

 Visit to ICAP's 23rd Annual Charity Day, December 9.

At the 100 Women in Hedge Funds black tie dinner in London.

Receiving a bouquet from Anna Elton after visiting the charity's Centre.

With Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and their adorable kids: Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The Duchess of Cambridge with children and representatives from charities and Aardman Animations, during a meeting of the Charities Forum at BAFTA on October 26.

At RSS Discovery as part of an away day to the Scottish City on October 23  in Dundee, Scotland.

Attending the Service of Commemoration for troops who were stationed in Afghanistan on March 13, at St. Paul's Cathedral.

With Prince William during the Christmas service at St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham, December 25.

 At the Vale of Clwyd Mind Men's Shed project on November 20 in Denbigh, Wales.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Mind, a mental health organization, for World Mental Health Day, London's Harrow College, October 10.

At Towers Residential Outdoor Education Centre on November 20, 2015 in Capel Curig.

During a visit to the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust at HMP Send on September 25.

Holding her pregnant belly with baby.

At the Anna Freud Centre on September 17.

Arriving at BAFTA, October 26.

At the Gigaset Charity Polo Match with Prince George of Cambridge at Beaufort Polo Club on June 14.

Christmas shopping at Peter Jones department store.

On her visit to Portsmouth, February 12. She's holding her tummy. 

After giving birth to Princess Charlotte.

Playtime with Prince George.


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