Kate Middleton gives childhood insight as she shares memories on parents' website

Her future may see her one day become queen.

But Kate Middleton was focused solely on her past when she gave a glimpse into her childhood recently with a series of memories posted on her parents' website.

While the blog has since been removed from Party Pieces - where Kate works - viewers had been able to get an insight into the private 28-year-old as she shared a number of recollections, including how she loved to dress up as a clown when she was younger.

And she revealed that as a child her favourite game was musical statues since she has "always been a keen dancer."

Continuing the theme of the entry, Prince William's girlfriend was asked what she thought made a good party bag.

"Anything that Mummy would normally never allow me to have," she replied. "They were always such a treat."

Kate went on to recommend a "cooking party" for girls with cookies and cakes, and a "camping party" for boys, which she describes as "a great way to get Daddies involved."

The Reading-born brunette also recalled her best party memory – "an amazing white rabbit marshmallow cake that Mummy made when I was seven" – and also confessed she had a "cake disaster" when she forgot to add self-raising flour during her brother James' birthday.

Party Pieces was founded by mum Carole Middleton in 1997, and prior to taking up her role there, Kate worked as a junior accessories buyer at Jigsaw.

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