Us Weekly: Prince William & Kate Middleton Had an Easter Egg Hunt for George, Charlotte & Louis
Prince William and Kate Middleton had a lovely Easter with their three children, and it involved an Easter hunt and a delicious cake.
Us Weekly shared details of Prince William and Kate Middleton's Easter celebrations with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The family's celebrations started with the three royal children presenting their grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, with personalized Easter Eggs they decorated themselves.
The three young children also made a chocolate cake decorated with mini chocolate eggs with help from their mom. Of course, like many other children, they enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt too.
The three little royals definitely had a lovely day filled with all kinds of treats. A source revealed that the children do not eat chocolates and sweet often, so it was a treat for them, as the source explained:
"They don’t allow George, Charlotte and Louis to have chocolate and sweets every day, so it was a real treat."
This is the second Easter the royals (and the world) have had during the pandemic. Last year, Prince William and Middleton conducted their first engagement under the COVID-19 pandemic on Easter.
The couple had spoken to a northern England school, which took care of the children of essential workers. The couple has not shared if they had any royal engagements for Easter this year.
For Easter, the royal family released new photos of the mother and son enjoying the gardens of Frogmore Cottage.
Their Instagram page did post a video of a chocolate egg getting smashed by a rolling pin. However, the video was in reverse, and so a message for Easter was revealed as the egg was put back together.
Amid the family's Easter weekend celebrations, they are dealing with the drama surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview. A source revealed to US Weekly that Middleton did not want her kids to see the family upset:
"Kate’s an extremely protective mother and while she’s all about open communication, George, Charlotte and Louis are still young."
Middleton has been leading by example for her children as a source revealed she is strong enough to handle the interview's backlash. Her children brighten up her day and having her family around as really helped.
The couple and the rest of their family carried on their duties and public engagements. Shortly after the interview, Prince William and Middleton made public visits to different institutions.
The Queen has been living in her residence as Windsor Castle during the pandemic, instead of Buckingham Palace, which is usually her primary residence.