Kate Middleton or Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is a member of the British royal family. She is likely a future queen of the United Kingdom as her husband is expected to become the UK King. She is very active in charity works especially issues surrounding art, young children, and addiction. She was selected in the list of the “100 Most Influential People in the World” by Time Magazine in 2012 and 2013.
She belongs to non-royal family in the UK. Her mother name is Carole Goldsmith and father name is Michael Middleton. Let’s see important contact information of Kate Middleton including office address, house address, and more.
Kate Middleton Mailing Address (Postal Address)
If you are a big fan of her and looking for her residence address to send your request, please find it below. Do not forget to send your letter during special events to get special response. As of now, you can also send your fan mail to the following address:
- Address: Clarence House, London SW1A 1BA, UK
- Phone: +44 (0)20 7930 4832
How to Send Autograph Request to Kate Middleton
As per royal protocols, they do not send out autographs of royal family members to any fans except in rare cases. As per my experience, they only send personal autographs to persons whom the royal family known personally.
I encourage you to send your autograph request for Kate Middleton and you may receive special rejection letter. This can be useful for your collection, if you like it. Otherwise, there are no other ways to get Kate Middleton autograph through the mail.
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Quick Facts About Kate Middleton
Let’s explore important facts about her:
- She was born on January 9, 1982 in Royal Berkshire Hospital, Berkshire, UK
- She is married to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in 2011
- She studied at University of St Andrews (2005), Downe House School, St Andrew’s School Pangbourne, and Marlborough College
- Carole Middleton is her mother name. Michael Middleton is her father name
- Her Children Names: Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, and Prince Louis of Cambridge
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Article first published on April 13, 2020.