Like the majority of us, Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrated Easter this year at home. And in honor of the holiday (as well as to remind people to stay inside), the royal couple gave followers a rare look at one of their residences.
On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess shared a photo of the exterior of their Kensington Palace home surrounded by lush grass and daffodils. “Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter #StayHomeSaveLives,” they captioned the post.
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, Prince William and Kate Middleton are conducting their royal duties virtually. And in their latest video, they also gave their followers a sneak peek into their country home.
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge conducted a video chat with the children of medical professionals who are helping battle COVID-19. The duo made a call to Casterton Primary Academy, a school in northern England where the kids of essential workers are being cared for during these difficult times. During their chat, they met with students attending the academy, as well as the staff, whom they thanked for their hard work and dedication to the children.
While the call itself gave us a closer look at the duo as caregivers, it also offered a behind-the-scenes look inside the duke and duchess’s home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk (where they are said to be social distancing, though they have yet to confirm). The three-minute clip doesn’t show too much of the home, however, we still noticed the simple aesthetic of the room, including neutral colors such as beige, cream and white.
But as for that Kensington pic, we could totally picture an egg hunt taking place on that lawn.