The public part of the celebrations was she attends the British premiere of the movie "War Horse" with Prince William.
The former commoner Kate Middleton and turned global superstar was said to be still "tiptoeing towards her destiny."
Catherine’s public appearances are infrequent and carefully controlled with just around 15 official engagements she attended. She does not make any speeches yet.
While hungry media rarely digs any about her, Catherine enjoys an overwhelmingly positive press feedback, well perhaps newspapers become more careful after what happened to Princess Diana.
Robert Jobson, the author of "William and Kate: The Love Story," was quoted saying that Kate should resist pressure to change the personality that first attracted William when they were students together at university in Scotland.
"Everyone’s got great expectations but it’s important for Kate, if she’s going to be accepted and popular, to be herself."
"You can’t be a media-managed perfect princess, there is no such thing, you can’t create the image of a princess on a computer screen and make it absolutely how it has to be."
"You have to take risks, you have to show your personality. At present, she hasn’t really had the opportunity to do that."