Duchess Catherine's Easter plans with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, have finally been revealed. Prince William and Duchess Kate have lately been changing their schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, they are preparing fun Easter celebrations for their kids!
The Cambridges are believed to be staying at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk, where they already have lots of activities planned for the little ones. Kate herself comes from a family of party planners as her parents run the Party Pieces business. No wonder why she has already organised everything for the entertainment of her children!
What are George, Charlotte and Louis doing this year during Easter celebrations?
Duchess Catherine and her children are expected to recreate what they have done in previous Easter celebrations which includes an egg hunt in the morning. This year they will also keep in touch with other royal family members via videocalls, due to the current coronavirus outbreak which has made thousands of people isolate themselves.
George, Charlotte and Louis have never joined their parents at the annual Easter Sunday service. William and Kate have attended the event in the past years, which was particuarly special last year, as it fell on Her Majesty's 93rd birthday!
April is a very special month for the royals
The royals usually celebrate Easter with Queen Elizabeth in Windsor, this year, however, they will ve apart in their respective homes due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
April is a special month for the royal family: Her Majesty is celebrating her 94th birthday on April 21; Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary; and William and Kate are set to mark their ninth year of marriage on April 29!