Do Kate Middleton and Prince William take their kids trick-or-treating for Halloween?

Happy Halloween from the Cambridges!

Kate Middleton is reportedly a bit of a stickler about sweets, but an insider reveals that there are, in fact, Halloween plans this year for the royal family.

"Now [that] George and Charlotte are slightly older, Kate’s decided that this year the family will make pumpkin faces," Us Weekly reports. "Kate and William will do the carving and the kids will decorate them."

As for the candy haul? There's no trick-or-treating planned for Prince George, 6, and 4-year-old Princess Charlotte, but they'll be allowed to bake and enjoy some Halloween cupcakes. That'll be fun, but Kate is particularly enthusiastic about the pumpkin decorating because she "loves seeing her kids being creative."

PHOTOS: Prince George and Princess Charlotte during a recent outing

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Trick-or-treating will not be on the agenda for the royals, but that shouldn't come as much of a surprise since trick-or-treating is not nearly as common in the United Kingdom as it is in the United States.

What we don't know is whether Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's son, Archie, will be involved in the seasonal festivities. Although he's only a few months old, it's not uncommon — in the U.S., where Meghan was raised, or in England! — to see little ones dressed in costume for the holiday.

Back in 2016, a year before Meghan and Harry would get engaged, she posted an Instagram photo that indicated she and her beau were in the Halloween spirit: She posed in a knit sweater, holding a smiling jack-o-lantern over her face.

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