Princess Charlotte will love Kate Middleton's next special engagement

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The little princess, who's set to turn four on May 2, absolutely loves the arts, so it's no surprise that she'd love to look at drawings created for her mom.

The Duke of Cambridge flew a helicopter to a hospital to celebrate the 30th anniversary of London's Air Ambulance.

Prince William is spending part of Kate Middleton's 37th birthday working, but luckily he isn't heading too far away from their home at Kensington Palace.

Charlotte goes to Willcocks Nursery School, while George goes to Thomas's London Day School in Battersea. They celebrated with the Middleton family at their home (and William even spent the night!).

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The palace wished Middleton a happy birthday on the palace and the royal family's official Twitter accounts.

IAN VOGLER via Getty Images The Duke of Cambridge walks across the helipad after arriving in a red London Air Ambulance at the Royal London Hospital in east London on January 9.

The charity, which delivers a trauma team to critically injured people in London, is close to William's heart.

And it's no doubt that this campaign or line of work is close to William's heart, as he operated as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot from 2015 to 201. The royal dad was also grateful to receive a toy helicopter for he and Kate's five-year-old son, George.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up against the wintry weather to join the Queen at church yesterday.

This will more than likely include parents Carole and Michael, and siblings James and Pippa.

Now a patron of 17 charities, Kate will spend her year focusing on work to help children have the best possible start in life, with a special look at mental health provision. While her celebration plans now remain a secret, one thing is certain-her husband definitely didn't forget about the big day.

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