Every year the Queen travels to Balmoral Castle to spend some time away from all the hustle and bustle of the royal life of Buckingham Palace. And just like every year, Prince William and Kate brought Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to the Scottish residence over the weekend, for a family reunion at Queen Elizabeth’s.
While on the family holiday, Prince William was spotted shooting on the grouse moors with his admiring son Prince George, looking on. According to the DailyMail, George watched the adults spent the morning bagging birds in Corgarff, a short drive from Balmoral, on Saturday.
They were joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Anne and Tim Laurence, Prince Edward, and his son Viscount Severn and Peter Phillips. Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have stayed at home.
Both Prince William and Prince Harry hunted and shot from a young age. Since they loved to go shooting, Princess Diana dubbed them as “Killer Wales.”
The Queen and Prince Philip who are on their summer break at Balmoral Castle, have been welcoming family members to the estate in recent weeks. Almost five months after Her Majesty told the nation “We will meet again” she has reunited with the Cambridges.
According to The Sun, Prince William and Kate were feeling “over the moon” to make the reunion and wanted to show their support after a “difficult year”.
“Like every family, they’ve been desperate to get back together and over the moon it was possible this weekend.
“They’ve all been up there for a few days and although there are very strict procedures with social distancing, they’ve been able to find ways of seeing each other outside.
Meanwhile, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are expected to return to school at Thomas’s Battersea, London, in the coming days, breaking their months-long isolation at Anmer Hall.