The Royal Family

What William, Kate And The Children Are Planning For Easter Revealed

Easter is right around the corner, so what plans might the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have for this holiday as their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, are officially on break from school.

The two oldest, George, eight, and Charlotte, six, wrapped up with Thomas’s Battersea school last Friday and have been enjoying their break, with Prince Louis, three, finishing up with his ‘duties’ at Willcocks Nursery earlier than both of them and starting his break on Monday instead.

It is unknown where exactly the Cambridge family will be spending the Easter holidays, but it most likely will be at their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, where they have spent most of the school breaks the children have. We have no doubt that after the eight-day tour Kate and William undertook two weeks ago, they will be eager to catch up and spend some quality time with their children, doing all sorts of activities.

In 2018, Kate and Prince William attended the traditional Windsor church service attended by the Queen, and outside of St George’s Chapel, Kate talked to some little girls and shared that George and Charlotte had enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in the morning, which is likely to be repeated this year with Prince Louis joining in a bigger capacity.

While the Duke and Duchess are frequent attendees at the Easter Sunday church service with the monarch and other members of the royal family, it is still unconfirmed whether the couple will be travelling to Windsor this year.

Last year, the couple gave fans a glimpse of their family celebrations on Easter Sunday through a post on their official Instagram page-Kensington Royal.


The post was a video of a milk chocolate egg covered with white chocolate, with ‘Happy Easter’ written on the side, being smashed into little pieces with a rolling pin. The caption read: “Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter.” Quite the sweet way to celebrate Easter.

Earlier this week on Tuesday we saw George and Charlotte join their parents for the thanksgiving service for Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey, alongside dozens of other royals, both from the British monarchy and others.

After this busy period, the whole family deserves a break and some quality time together.

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