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32 pictures of Kate Middleton for her 32nd birthday

32 pictures of Kate Middleton for her 32nd birthday

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DUCHESS: Kate Middleton turns 32 on Jan. 9. Photo: Associated Press

Jan. 9 marks the Duchess of Cambridge’s 32nd birthday. Let’s celebrate with 32 of our favorite photographs of Kate Middleton.

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