With the global health crisis still going, having slowed down at least, the Cambridge family is preparing for the upcoming Easter. According to reports Kate and William, along with their three children George, Charlotte, and Louis, will be spending Easter in private.
With Prince George and Princess Charlotte being off from school for the next three weeks, the full family will now be able to enjoy their Easter together with all kinds of activities, despite things still being far from normal.
Usually, the royal couple would attend the traditional Easter Sunday church service along with the Queen and other members of the royal family, but just like last year the gathering has been cancelled due to the regulations. Back in 2018, while at the church service Kate spoke with some little girls outside of St George’s Chapel, telling them that George and Charlotte really enjoyed the Easter egg hunt they had in the morning, which is certain to be recreated this year at home with Prince Louis finally being able to join in on the fun.
William and Kate will most likely respect the government’s guidelines to ‘stay local’ and remain at Kensington Palace in London. The family has spent most of their time last year at their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which is three hours from London, with the family only returning at the beginning of March when the schools finally reopened so George and Charlotte could return to their classrooms.
Even with the minimized celebrating, we have no doubt that Kate, whose parents own a party planning business-Party Planners, will have all kinds of fun activities and tricks in mind to entertain her three children over the holidays.
She might also want to catch up with her younger sister Pippa Middleton, who lives nearby in west London. We’re sure that the Cambridge children trio just can’t wait to meet their newest cousin Pippa’s second child Grace, who was born in mid March. This might be possible as the restrictions in the UK are finally starting to loosen up.
Beginning on Monday-29th March-the rules state that two households of any size are allowed to meet outdoors, including in a private garden, or six people from any number of households. This gives the Cambridge family the opportunity to finally go and visit Pippa and her husband James Matthews, as long as the meeting is in some kind of garden or open space.
Pippa’s two-year-old son Arthur will surely be overjoyed to see his cousins after a long time. Or perhaps Pippa and her family will make the trip and visit the royals at Kensington Palace in their private garden.