Queen Elizabeth Reunited with Will, Kate, Anne and Charles for a Special Christmas Event

After almost a year of conducting Zoom engagements, practicing social distancing and performing all royal duties from home, Queen Elizabeth has finally reunited with senior members of the royal family.

Yup. For the first time since March, the 94-year-old monarch was joined by Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne for a special holiday-themed engagement.

During the socially distanced event, which took place at the castle’s quadrangle, the royal gang enjoyed a performance of Christmas carols by the Salvation Army Band. Afterward, they spent time thanking the carolers before greeting a number of local volunteers and key workers from organizations and charities in Berkshire, all of which will be donating their time to help others over the holiday season.

For the last few days, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been on a rather unique royal tour. The couple has been living on the Royal Train, a special form of transportation reserved only for the family’s most senior members, which stopped in a variety of cities across England, Scotland and Wales.

To conclude their quick tour, the couple joined the rest of their family at Windsor Castle, where Her Majesty has been quarantining with her husband Prince Philip, for last night’s event.

We’re just happy to see the whole crew back together, even if there were six feet between them.

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