You know what I was thinking about the other day? How Prince William skipped Charlotte’s first Easter in 2016. Charlotte had been born the year before, and William skipped the Easter celebrations with his family so he could fly down to Kenya to attend Jecca Craig’s wedding solo. He even tried to make it seem like work! It was bad. Those were some very strange headlines, but of course we’re no longer in an era when the press will even shadily call out the Other Brother. So how did Other Brother and Keen Guevara celebrate Easter this year?
Hoppy holidays! Prince William and Duchess Kate’s three children enjoyed “fun” Easter celebrations on Sunday, April 4, a source exclusively told Us Weekly.
Not only did Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, “surprise” Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip “with personalized Easter eggs, which they made and decorated themselves,” but they also baked “a delicious chocolate cake covered in mini Cadbury eggs” with their mom’s help.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and her husband, 38, also organized an Easter egg hunt for the little ones. “They don’t allow George, Charlotte and Louis to have chocolate and sweets every day, so it was a real treat,” the insider explained on Sunday. With their eldest two children home on a school holiday at the moment, the duchess “has been busy keeping them entertained.”
The source told Us, “They enjoy family bike rides, playing tennis and George and Charlotte are taking horse riding lessons. Charlotte is obsessed with horses, just like her great-grandmother. It’s her favorite activity.” While Louis “wants to learn too,” his parents feel that the toddler “is still a little too young.”
[From Us Weekly]
Did Will and Kate take the kids to Windsor Castle for the holiday? I feel like the Cambridges are at Anmer Hall at the moment, especially given that it’s a school holiday for the kids. Whenever they have a holiday, Kate is at Anmer with the kids. And William is… somewhere. I swear, media outlets really are starting to suggest that William and Kate live apart these days. Anyway, if Kate and the kids were in Norfolk, then no, they didn’t visit the Queen in Windsor for Easter. Maybe they just sent the Queen a cake. Who knows. I wonder where William was.
Something else Easter-related: this completely weird chocolate-egg smash on the Kensington Palace social media. What is this?? I thought maybe in Britain, there could be some kind of weird holiday tradition where you smash a chocolate egg with a rolling pin, but that doesn’t seem to be the case? It’s just random violence against chocolate. WTF??
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) April 4, 2021
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