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Kate Middleton And William Confined: Are They Going Egg Hunting At Easter With Their Children?


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Kate Middleton, Prince William and their three children, confined to their estate at Anmer Hall in the Norfolk countryside, spend this period of seclusion in a most pleasant environment. But will George, Charlotte and Louis still be able to enjoy the Easter festivities?

While the coronavirus pandemic is sparing no one and is also hitting Great Britain – which has seen its death toll rise exponentially over the past few days – Covid-19 has even affected the country’s elites – from Prince Charles (who is recovering slowly and has finally been reunited with his wife) to Prime Minister Boris Johnson (in intensive care since April 6) – so much so that Queen Elizabeth II herself proclaimed a historic speech on April 5 to restore hope to the British people.

During this imposed confinement, the Royal Family has wisely dispatched to the four corners of the Kingdom, including the Queen and Prince Philip in Windsor, Prince Charles and Camilla in Birkhall, the recently freed monarchs Meghan Markle and Harry in Los Angeles, and Kate Middleton and Prince William on their Norfolk estate at Anmer Hall (five things you should know about their resort), with their three children – George, Charlotte and Louis. If a royal photographer was able to invite himself to the Cambridge home recently and tell about their confinement from the inside in the pages of Hello magazine, what will it be like this Easter season for the future king and his loved ones? Will the children have the opportunity to go on an egg hunt?

Hello magazine seems to have the answer once again. And according to the British publication, since Kate Middleton and William are parents who are extremely attentive to the well-being and happiness of their children, they have taken care to organise proper Easter celebrations for their offspring aged 6 years (George), 4 years (Charlotte) and soon to be 2 years (Louis, born on 23 April) respectively.

A celebration as if nothing had happened
With the gardens on the estate and Kate Middleton’s party conditioning (her parents founded Party Pieces, a boutique and site selling all the accessories needed for all kinds of celebrations), there’s no doubt that the three little crowned blonde heads will have a good time in these troubled but paradoxically festive times. Even if no religious service should be held in Norfolk (confinement obliges), the Cambridge should nevertheless celebrate this celebration of Christ’s resurrection in the proper way.

Photo credits: Bestimage

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