Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William were recently reunited with the Queen after being unable to visit her for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton recently ended their British tour aboard the Royal Train with a visit to Queen Elizabeth. This is the couple's first visit to the Monarch since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
The visit was documented on their official Instagram page. Kate was seen donning a long green dress with a pair of black boots while William rocked navy blue pants, a patterned shirt, and a black coat.
On the other hand, Queen Elizabeth looked gorgeous in a red dress and matching hat. She accessorized with black gloves, black shoes and a black bag.
With the Queen standing a few feet away from the royal couple, she flashed a charming smile while posing for a picture with only Kate and William.
Photos also saw William and Kate wearing face masks while speaking to local workers and key volunteers who will be helping people in Berkshire and its environs during the Christmas holidays.
Kate and Williams were joined by Prince Charles and his wife Camilla. Also present was Queen Elizabeth's youngest son, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie. The Queen's only daughter, Princess Anne, was also there.
William and Kate started their tour on Monday when they stopped at Scotland.
However, one notable absentee was the Queen's husband, Prince Phillip, who retired from royal duties in August 2017. Queen Elizabeth's second son, Prince Andrew, was also absent at the event.
One of the pictures shared on Instagram captured all present royals posing for a snapshot while standing feet apart from each other in adherence to the COVID-19 pandemic social distancing guidelines.
In addition to thanking workers and volunteers, the senior royals also enjoyed some Christmas carols performed by the Salvation Army Band, bringing a festive mood to the royal mini-reunion.
Kate and Willam's visit to the Queen marked the end of their tour, which saw them visit England, Scotland, and Wales. The royal couple honored people and organizations who have actively been helpful amid the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has indeed been a challenging experience for the world at large. However, with the recent royal family reunion, it is safe to hope that things will return back to normal soon!