The royal siblings, George and Charlotte 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.
Last year, mom Kate revealed that her kids still celebrate the holiday in a fun way.
After the royals attended annual church service on Easter, 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.
This Easter, Louis, who will turn one on April 23, may be able to participate, as Kate has revealed is a ‘fast crawler’.
“Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time,” Kate told fellow parents during a visit to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in March.
“He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them.”
The Cambridges usually celebrate Easter Sunday privately. 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.
This year, Easter Sunday happens to fall on a very special day. Sunday, April 21, 2019 is also Queen Elizabeth’s 93rd birthday.
After the royals attend church services at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, Her Majesty will also have some sort of birthday celebration.
However, we don’t expect to see Harry and Meghan with the rest of the family as Meghan is due any day soon.
In fact, many fans believe that the Duchess of Sussex may give birth on the Queen’s birthday.
The Cambridges, without baby Louis, were last seen out in public on Friday. William and Kate took their eldest children out to the Burnham horse trials in Norfolk, where they were joined by Mike and Zara Tindall and their daughters Mia and Lena.
We couldn’t see Louis, and is thought that he has spent the afternoon with the family’s nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.