Kate Middleton and Prince William have faced criticism from Queen Elizabeth as she decides to let the Cambridges out of her Christmas bubble this year.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queen will be celebrating Christmas this year with a very small number of people, and that does not include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate and William’s young children, George, Charlotte and Louise, are seen as a potential threat to their elderly great-grandparents, which is why they will not be seen celebrating the occasion with the rest of the Royal Family.
This year, the Queen, missing her usual Balmoral gathering, will only be surrounded by one or two other members of the royal household.
“They will solve the problem among themselves; this will be what is practical, ”a source told the The telegraph of the day, adding that the potential risks surrounding young children who interacted with others at school would be “clearly” considered.
This means the Cambridge family will be spending the Christmas holidays with Kate’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton in Berkshire.
If that were to happen, Kate and William will have celebrated three Christmases in a row with the Middletons.