Easter Is Almost Here: How Are The Cambridges Spending Their Holidays Away From Everyone This Year?
Last Easter, our beloved Duchess Catherine was pregnant with the third baby, Prince Louis. Even though Kate was on the maternity leave, she didn’t want to miss the Easter church service alongside other royal family members.
However, Kate and William broke one royal rule — they were late due to roadworks, and hence, people started slamming them for keeping the Queen waiting, as Her Majesty always arrives last. Anywise, it’s unlikely that the Duke and Duchess faced any problems, as they rarely break the protocol.
Reportedly, Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with their three children, are spending the Easter break at their home on the Sandringham Estate.
The Cambridges want to enjoy sunny and warm weather far away from everybody, while Prince George and Princess Charlotte are having their school break. Moreover, the couple wants to spend some family time ahead of William’s forthcoming trip to New Zealand.
The timing of the trip could mean that Prince William will miss two essential milestones — Prince Louis’ first birthday and probably, even the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan’s first baby.
Even though the Duke joined his younger brother Prince Harry and his father Prince Charles at the premiere Our Planet on Thursday, it’s likely he’ll come back to the family to continue their Easter holidays.
What about other royals?
It’s still unknown, but the British royal family annually attends church service, which is a must-do thing in the monarchy.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are preparing for baby Sussex in their new home, and are reportedly going to spend $60,000 babymoon holiday in Hampshire.
The Queen will probably spend a long break at Windsor Castle with Prince Phillips and other royals, as usual.
Anyway, we hope everybody will have the whale of the time: April promises to be full of remarkable events for the royal family.