Carole Middleton reveals she has a ‘very silly Christmas’ in store for her grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis and will hide Scandinavian-style gnomes in the house to make them ‘laugh’
Die Hertogin van Cambridge‘s mother, 66, who lives in Berkshire with her husband Michael, geneem het Instagram and shared a snap of two Scandinavian-style gnomes sold by her celebration company, Partytjies.
Alongside the festive photograph, het sy neergepen: ‘I’m going to need a few of these cheeky chaps this December, to hide around the house and make my grandchildren laugh. As much as I love immaculate decorations, we can’t be too serious at Christmas!’
Carole also posted a variety of different Christmas trends on her website Party Pieces, including ‘Silly Christmas.’
Carole Middleton, 66, who lives in Berkshire with her husband Michael, has revealed that she has a ‘very silly Christmas’ in store for her grandchildren Prince George, Prinses Charlotte en prins Louis. Op die foto: Carole in 2019
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, Prins Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend a special pantomime performance at London’s Palladium Theatre
Sy het bygevoeg: ‘I love to make Christmas fun and exciting for my grandchildren which is what our Silly Santa edit is for!’
In addition to the festive gnomes, Carole’s Party Pieces website also sells Santa-shaped plates, inflatable snowmen and window stickers so that you can deck the halls in time for the festive season.
In Desember verlede jaar, Carole hinted at her choice of Christmas gifts for her family as she said the ‘smallest presents can give the most enjoyment.’
She recalled her children Kate, Pippa and James ‘found flexi-figures totally absorbing when they were young.’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s mother took to Instagram and shared a snap of two Scandinavian-style gnomes (op die foto)
The Duchess of Cambridge’s mother, who lives in Berkshire with her husband Michael, took to Instagram and shared a snap of two Scandinavian-style gnomes and hinted she plans on hiding them around the house to make her grandchildren ‘laugh’ (op die foto)
Carole shared the insight on Instagram with followers of her celebration company Party Pieces, penning: ‘I find that the smallest present can be the one that gives the most enjoyment and entertainment to children.’
Sharing a picture of some Christmas products from the brand, Carole said: ‘A good choice of stocking fillers can give one extra time, undisturbed in bed on Christmas Day. Invaluable!’
A month earlier Carole said Christmas Eve is a ‘special occasion in her family’ as she hinted at Prince George, Prinses Charlotte en prins Louis’ excitement over a visit from Santa Claus.
Posting on Instagram, she said children in her family ‘get sweetly excited by the idea that Father Christmas is coming, and really want to give him something’.
She also revealed she will decorate her Christmas tree over Zoom with her four grandchildren this year in a break from their usual tradition.