Why April Is A Month Of Celebrations For The Royal Family?

This year’s April will be wonderful for the royal family. Almost all of the senior royals have a reason to celebrate, whether it’s a birthday or an anniversary. The Queen turns 93 on 21 April and while she likes celebrating in private, this year her birthday falls on Easter which means she’ll have to step out to attend the traditional church service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Her second birthday party is a more public affair when royals gather for Trooping the Color in June.

Kate and the Queen visit King's College

Two days after her official birthday, Louis will celebrate his first birthday. William and Kate have been spending the Easter holidays at their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, and they will probably throw a little party for the little prince on 23rd. Several days later, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary on the 29th.

Prince William andKate Middletons third child

Prince Charles and Camilla will also celebrate their anniversary this month. They married in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall on 9 April 2005. It was followed by a religious blessing at St George’s Chapel with the Queen and Prince Philip attending.

Fans hope the Royals are able to add another celebration to their calendar this month, the arrival of the Sussex baby. Harry and Meghan are expecting their first child in a few weeks, with Meghan previously revealing that the baby is due at the end of April or beginning of May.

Wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla

As they wait for their Prince or Princess to make an appearance, the couple is settling in their new home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage. They relocated from London at the beginning of the month and have been making the final preparations for the baby. Here’s hoping the baby will arrive soon so we can celebrate.

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