The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge need not look too far for inspiration when it comes to Valentine's Day after Kate's mother Carole Middleton revealed her very romantic decorations.
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Carole's business, Party Pieces, delighted fans with pictures of an impressive red and pink balloon arch, a sweet garland that reads, 'You & Me' hanging on the wall, and heart balloons resting above crisp white bed linen. "The Valentine's day shop is open #mypartypieces #valentinesday #iloveyou #myotherhalf #balloons #valentinessurprise #valentinesdecorations," the caption read.
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As usual, the pictures were quickly flooded with praise from followers. "I love your work...so beautiful. Well done," one wrote underneath the snaps, and another added: "I love these."
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The balloon arch kit would only set you back £16.99, while the heart-shaped balloons and tassels retail for £10.99. And for those looking to make the holiday extra-special this year, they even sell items to help you pop the question to your partner.
Kate Middleton's mother showed off her Valentine's Day decorations from Party Pieces
Can you imagine the romantic decor inside Carole and Michael's family home, Bucklebury Manor? Or perhaps their children Kate, Pippa and James will deck out their own homes with the heartfelt items for a low-key Valentine's Day celebration away from the public eye.
Carole and Michael's seven-bedroom Grade II-listed Georgian property in Berkshire boasts a drawing room, a library, and 18-acres of land – so we can see why Pippa and her husband James Matthews chose to celebrate their nuptials there in May 2017.
Balloon arch kit, £16.99, Party Pieces
'Will You Marry Me' balloon, £8.99, Party Pieces
The couple bought the home in 2012 for £4.7million, after deeming their nearby former £1.5million property, Oak Acre, less secure.
The open-plan interior would make for the perfect date night setting, especially with the cosy white Aga oven. Speaking of her favourite room in an interview with Good Housekeeping, Carole said: "My kitchen. It's a kitchen/dining/sitting room and it's the heart of the house."
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