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Prince William And Kate Share A Glimpse Into Easter With The Kids

Prince William and Kate most likely had a quiet day at their home in Kensington Palace with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. But, it obviously included a lot of chocolate too! The couple wished fans a Happy Easter by sharing a fun video of a chocolate Easter egg being smashed open with a rolling pin.

The clip runs in reverse, showing the pieces coming together into a complete milk chocolate egg covered with white chocolate decorated with the words ‘Happy Easter.

The caption read: “Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter.”

Kate and William’s sweet Easter message seems to suggest that the couple had organized an Easter egg hunt for her children to celebrate the holiday.

One fan asked: “Did the kids make the easter egg? We need more info,” while another added: “Happy Easter! Have an amazing day with the kiddos.”

One said: “Mmm that’s quite an odd GIF… but Happy Easter to you all.”

In 2018, mom Kate revealed that her children still celebrate the holiday in a fun way. After the royals attended the 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.

Prince William Kate George Charlotte and Louis

Last Easter, during a video call with Casterton Primary Academy Kate revealed that William has been sneaking all the Easter chocolate! As the couple wished everyone a Happy Easter, William reassured them that: “There will be a lot of chocolate being eaten here, don’t worry!” With a smile, Kate quickly retorted: “You keep eating it!”

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.

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