The Queen Will Join Zoom Party For Princess Charlotte Birthday
Prince Louis had a great time for his second birthday, despite being in self-isolation. With Princess Charlotte birthday nearing as well, no doubt the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will come through again and make her big day special.
At the moment the entire Cambridge family is self-isolating at their country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk. Despite this, the royal couple has organized a video call for Princess Charlotte birthday so she can spend time with her family and friends next Saturday, as the young Princess will be turning five.
According to reports, William and Kate are preparing for another great birthday next week, Princess Charlotte Birthday, despite the current situation the world is in.
‘The family has arranged a Zoom party for her, so she can speak to family and friends,’ a source told the paper.
‘Then, they have put together a full plan that will give her all the fun of a birthday – including cake and games – despite the extraordinary circumstances we are faced with.
‘Her great-grandmother will be joining the family call on the big day. As far as Charlotte is concerned, the important part is that her whole family are by her side to say: “Happy Birthday.”’
Kate Middleton, being the super parent she is, no doubt has come up with tons of fun activities and things to do for the birthday, especially with the Georgian country house on the 20,000-acre Sandringham Estate at their disposal. This allows the family to go on long walks and picnics, while still remaining isolated.
Prince Phillip is also expected to join in on the call, as he is currently isolating along with the Queen at Windsor Castle. A mutual ‘mischievous streak’ between the pair has led to the 98-year-old Duke of Edinburgh has a natural connection with Charlotte.
‘Philip has no shortage of descendants. The fact that he takes such a close interest in Charlotte is telling. She has a spark about her that transcends the generations,’ the source added.