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- Kate Middleton and Prince William shared an Easter message on Instagram.
- The Cambridges have released a new photo of Kensington Palace surrounded by daffodils.
- The couple wrote, “I wish you all a Happy Easter safely. “
Most people are currently isolating themselves in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, so the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided to send a sweet Easter message to everyone at home.
On their Kensington Palace Instagram account, Kate Middleton and Prince William shared a photo of their London residence, showing a series of daffodils growing in front of the building. With the great photo, the members of the royal family wrote: “I wish you all a happy Easter ?? #StayHomeSaveLives. “
Earlier this week, Kate and William had a video call with staff and students from the Casterton Primary Academy. Children of key workers continue to attend school during the coronavirus pandemic, and the Cambridges thanked all of the teachers for working hard to keep the children safe.
Towards the end of the video call, a teacher kindly said to William and Kate, “I hope there is chocolate in your house too.” Prince William replied, “There will be a lot of chocolate eaten here. Do not worry. Kate quickly turned to William and said, “You keep eating it,” revealing to the world her husband’s sneaky candy habit.
Sharing the video on social media, the Kensington Palace account revealed: “Teachers in the UK are spending their time keeping schools open to the children of key workers and vulnerable children. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called the teachers and school staff of the Casterton Primary Academy to thank them for their hard work and dedication. ”