Kate Middleton usually spends Easter at Windsor Castle with Queen Elizabeth and other senior members of the royal family. But with the world currently facing the coronavirus pandemic, the royal family is handling Easter a little differently this year. How does Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, celebrate Easter with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis?
Where are Kate Middleton and Prince William staying for Easter?
The royal family is doing its part to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus by working from home. While Queen Elizabeth rears up at Windsor Castle, Prince William and Kate take refuge in their country estate, Anmer Hall.
With the schools closed and the country locked, Kate has
schooled his two elders at home in the past few weeks. She was also
work alongside several charities to help those in need during the pandemic.
Kate Middleton is a big advocate for going out and being active, so it’s safe to assume that her three kids are spending a lot of time outside. And when it comes to the Easter holidays, there is no doubt that Kate has planned something creative for George, Charlotte and Louis.
How does Kate plan to celebrate Easter?
In a normal year, Kate spends Easter at Windsor Castle and begins
the day with a big Easter egg hunt near the Saint-Georges chapel. According to Hello
Magazine, Kate will probably follow this tradition this year, only the
hunting will not take place at Windsor Castle.
Instead, Kate Middleton will likely hide eggs for her children on
the motives of Anmer Hall. We don’t know what the family will do after the
the hunt is over because going to church is out of the question because of the pandemic.
Given the circumstances, there is a good chance Kate will send a video message to other members of the royal family who would normally be there for Easter. This includes Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, all homes currently practice social distancing.
Easter is scheduled for April 12 this year, just one week away
of the 94th birthday of Queen Elizabeth. Louis, meanwhile, should also be two years old
years on April 23.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge offer support to the Queen
Although Prince William and Kate Middleton continued to
themselves in recent weeks the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have recently
expressed support for Queen Elizabeth on social media. The couple
encouraged supporters to watch Her Majesty’s historic speech on coronavirus
and included a quote from his address for good measure.
” ‘We should
rest assured, when we may have more to endure, better days
back: we will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again;
we’ll see each other again,’ “
William and Kate captioned the post. “Her Majesty the Queen addressed
the UK and the Commonwealth in a special broadcast recorded at Windsor Castle –
visit @TheRoyalFamily to watch the whole thing. “
In her speech, Queen Elizabeth praised frontline workers for their dedication to helping the sick and risking their own lives. She is also proud of the way the British people manage social distancing measures and hopes that they will eventually overcome the crisis.
The address follows Charles’s positive test for
coronavirus. The Prince of Wales has since been released from self-isolation
and is healthier after suffering from mild symptoms.
Inside Kate Middleton’s parenting plan
While we hope to learn more about Kate’s Easter plans, an interior
source recently recounted the
Sun that she plans to give her children down to earth
education. Source Says Kate Always Wanted To Give Him Three
childhood children “Enid Blyton”, which includes lots of outdoor
“Kate gives her children the life of Enid Blyton” Famous Five “that she always wanted
“Said the insider. “She makes sure their life is outdoors and
full of tree climbing, swimming, dens, growing your own flowers and
vegetables, team games, dog walks. ”
With Kate and William currently staying in their country house,
she certainly has many opportunities to give her children the life she has
always wanted for them.
Regarding George, Charlotte and Louis, the initiate
noted that they love their freedom and love to play in the gardens. They
also like to watch birds and take dips in the pond.
Prince William and Kate Middleton did not comment on their Easter plans. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will likely remain at Anmer Hall until the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control.