Kate Middleton will spend her first Mother’s Day as a mother of two privately with her family. The Duchess of Cambridge welcomed her daughter Princess Charlotte in May last year. She will most likely spend the day with her husband Prince William and kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

The 34-year-old may also choose to travel to the Middleton family home in Berkshire. Kate may celebrate with her own mother Carole, her dad Michael and her siblings James and Pippa. “The Duchess of Cambridge will be spending the day privately,” a palace source reportedly said.

The insider added that she is not expected to carry out any official engagements or royal duties on Sunday. As the family will be celebrating Mother’s Day in private, royal watchers expect the possible release of official portraits of their intimate moments later this year. Kate, who has a passion for photography, often likes to get behind the camera and share photos of her children instead of calling on official royal photographers to take pictures of her kids.

The Duchess has been documenting the growth of her kids by releasing official portraits clicked by her to keep the royal fans updated. Meanwhile, the palace source reportedly said that this year Mother’s Day will be filled with a lot of love and laughter. He added that 2-year-old George may keep his dad on the toes by running around the house and playing with his toys, like he did during Christmas.

According to 33-year-old William, little George is “lively” and a “little monkey.” Meanwhile, Charlotte is only 10 months old and according to her dad, since she is small, she is a “little more relaxed.” He added during an appearance at a reception hosted by the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust that she is also very sweet.

William reportedly said that when George and Charlotte get to nine, 10, 11, they would go crazy and he was looking forward to some drama.