Inside Carole Middletons Christmas door display at sprawling Buckinghamshire home

Inside Carole Middletons Christmas door display at sprawling Buckinghamshire home

As the head of a party planning business, Carole Middleton is an expert on special occasions.

So it’s no surprise she has kicked off the Christmas festivities with a beautiful display at her Buckinghamshire home.

Kate Middleton’s mum shared the results of her decorating session and invited others to join in by picking up some of the items for themselves.

Everything featured in the pictures is available to buy via the Middleton’s Party Pieces website.

The former air hostess posed in photos advertising the Christmas range on offer this year.

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Alongside the photos, she wrote: "If, like me, you enjoy the build-up to Christmas as much as the day itself, you'll love browsing our collection of decorations and tableware.

"I always throw myself into the planning, and it has been a pleasure to pick out some party pieces which will help you make Christmas feel particularly festive for your loved ones this year. December will be magical again!”.

Carole Middleton, who is the grandmother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, who are third, fourth and fifth in line to the throne respectively, is a very successful businesswoman.

The 66 year old started her multi-million pound company Party Pieces in 1987 from her kitchen table.

The mother-of-three started the business after she noticed a gap in the market for busy parents, while planning her daughter's Kate's birthday.

She quickly realised she wanted to create imaginative party decorations for children.

Kate’s dad Michael quit his job at British Airways in order to join the company and in 1995 the firm.


The couple now live at Bucklebury Manor, a seven-bedroom Grade II listed Georgian property, in Berkshire. They are believed to have bought the sprawling property for £4.7million in 2012.

Carole was recently described as an“intrinsic”part of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s family unit, according to a royal expert.

Before enlisting the help of a nanny, it was Carole Middleton who was key in caring for the young Prince George shortly after he was born.

She has since talked about her close relationship with her grandchildren and spends a lot of time with the family at Kensington Palace.

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