Kate, the Princess of Wales’ mum, Carole Middleton, has said she has “finally fulfilled” her dream after launching a new product of her business on party decorations. The businesswoman, mum to Kate, Pippa, and James Middleton, runs Party Pieces, a mail-order party supply company, which she founded in 1987. The company recently announced the release of their own collection of party decorations, designed by Carole herself.
Announcing the launch of the new collection, Carole, 67, said she “enjoyed every moment” of designing the products.
The future Queen’s mum said: “After more than 35 years in the business, I’ve finally fulfilled my original dream of designing items that add perfect finishing touches to your parties.
“I have enjoyed every moment of bringing these pieces to life, and I hope you enjoy them too.”
The decorations are said to be “thoroughly designed” by Carole, aiming to “embrace the spirit of entertaining”.
Carole herself posed in vibrant smiley photos to promote the collection.
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The businesswoman discussed juggling the demands of motherhood along with running a business when her children were younger.
She told SheerLuxe: “I had to be really organised, get up early and fit my work into school hours, while after-school clubs sometimes gave me the gift of an extra hour or two.”
Last month, Carole revealed that her business had launched in America. Speaking about her launch overseas, the royal grandmother shared: “It’s very exciting to see our Party Pieces Collection expanding into the U.S. starting with Saker ShopRites, a leading retailer in New Jersey and family-owned business with a long history of commitment to the customers and communities its stores serve.
“This is the culmination of great teamwork, and we’re happy to partner with Saker ShopRites for our initial launch.”