During this period of social distancing, we’ve been keeping busy by following alllll the royal news. So, naturally, we have a question: How will Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrate Easter with their three children, Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (1)?
In past years, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arranged fairly simple Easter itineraries, and we expect this year to be no different, especially since they can’t physically go anywhere.
Prince William and Middleton are currently self-isolating with their three children at their Sandringham country estate, Anmer Hall. We wouldn’t be surprised if the royal couple kept all their usual traditions, including a visit from the Easter Bunny followed by an egg hunt. (Back in 2018, Middleton told a young bystander that Prince George and Princess Charlotte had a scavenger hunt prior to the couple attending Easter service.)
Speaking of, the only major difference in Prince William and Middleton’s plans will likely involve their annual church service at St. George’s Chapel, which has been canceled due to coronavirus restrictions. Since the children have never attended, we highly doubt they’ll notice a change.
If social distancing continues, Easter won’t be the only holiday the Cambridge family celebrates at Anmer Hall. In addition to Prince William and Middleton’s ninth wedding anniversary on April 29, the royals also have two upcoming birthdays: Queen Elizabeth (turning 94 on April 21) and Prince Louis (turning 2 on April 23).
On the bright side, it’ll be an Easter to remember.