In a rare move, Prince William and Kate Middleton will not spend Christmas Day with the Queen this year. The royal couple will instead travel to Norfolk for their annual holiday out of Buckingham Palace.
The “duke and duchess of cambridge christmas card 2021” is a prediction that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will not spend Christmas Day with the Queen.
Instead of meeting Her Majesty on the big day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be remaining in Norfolk with their children George, Charlotte, and Louis (Picture: Getty Images / PA).
According to reports, Prince William and his family will spend Christmas Day in Norfolk, away from the Queen.
Prince Charles and Camilla are spending the day at Windsor Castle with Her Majesty to comfort her as she faces her first Christmas without her beloved husband, Prince Philip.
However, the Duke of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and their three children George, Charlotte, and Louis are expected to spend Christmas with Kate’s family instead.
According to the Mirror, they are expected to pay a visit to the Queen later in the holiday season.
Due to the spread of the Omicron form of coronavirus throughout the UK, the 95-year-old was forced to postpone her annual Christmas vacation to Sandringham earlier this week.
Princess Anne, 71, will not be accompanying the Queen this year since she is self-isolating in Gloucestershire due to her husband, Sir Timothy Laurence’s, contracting Covid-19.
Angela Levin, a royal specialist, believes the Queen will be sad that Anne will not be able to spend the day with her.
‘Princess Anne will be upset not to visit the Queen at Windsor since her husband, Sir Timothy, has tested positive for Covid,’ she tweeted.
On December 8, Prince William and Kate Middleton perform in ‘Royal Carols – Together At Christmas’ at Westminster Abbey (Photo: Getty Images). )
After the death of her husband, Prince Philip, the Queen’s Christmas message is likely to be unusually personal this year (Picture: PA)
‘Anne is obedient, and her children resemble the late Prince Philip. Same sense of humour and demeanor. ‘I’m hoping he’ll get well soon.’
Despite these setbacks, the Queen will be accompanied by family on Christmas Day, according to a spokesperson: ‘The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be with Her Majesty The Queen on Christmas Day.’
The Queen sat behind a desk with a framed portrait of her and Prince Philip, who died earlier this year, in a moving photo published by Buckingham Palace yesterday.
The picture depicts her giving her 69th Christmas address to the country, which will be televised on Saturday, December 25 at 3 p.m. Early in December, the lecture is normally pre-recorded.
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This year’s message, according to The Telegraph, will be a ‘particularly personal’ homage to the late Duke of Edinburgh.
Prior to Prince Philip’s death in April at the age of 99, Her Majesty was married to him for over 74 years.
Due to Covid-19 regulations of the time, the Queen was obliged to attend his burial ceremony alone in St George’s Chapel.
A thanksgiving ceremony honoring the Duke of Edinburgh’s life will be held at Westminster Abbey in the spring, it was announced yesterday.
The first public portrait of her great-granddaughter was released yesterday in a Christmas card by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which featured them with Lilibet, their son Archie, and Lilibet, who was born in June.
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