The Cambridge trio, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will celebrate Easter just like any other child from across the globe.
As the royals have traditions that they follow during various holidays, Easter isn’t an exception. In 2018, mom Kate revealed that her children still celebrate the holiday in a fun way.
After the royals attended annual church service on Easter, Prince William and Kate told the girls, who were standing in front of the church, that George and Charlotte had been on an Easter egg hunt on Sunday morning.
And this year even Prince Louis, who is turning 2 on April 23, will be able to participate.
The Cambridges are believed to be staying at their country home, Anmer Hall. The country home is the ideal spot for an Easter egg hunt!
Prince William and Kate usually celebrate Easter Sunday privately with their children. However, five years ago, in 2014, William, Kate and their then-1-year-old son George made a public appearance during their royal tour in Australia.
The royal couple also usually joins the Queen at St George’s Chapel Windsor for the Day service. But, this year their annual outing won’t take a place due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Kate and William have not let the lockdown get in the way of their royal duties. They continue to perform them by phone and video call. On Wednesday, they called students and staff at the Casterton Primary Academy to “thank them for their hard work and dedication – and to wish the children a very Happy Easter.”
Speaking with them, the couple gave a major clue about what they might get up to with George, Charlotte and Louis over the holiday.
When the staff wished them a lovely Easter, William replied: “There’ll be a lot of chocolate being eaten here that’s for sure.”
Cheeky Kate said: “You keep eating it!”