Kate Middleton And Prince William To Return To Work Next Week After A Month Off
Kate Middleton and Prince William may be enjoying their holidays for almost one month, but they will soon return to work after Easter. Although it is not yet revealed what their next activity would be, they are set to come home to London in the coming week.
Kate Middleton, Prince William, and their three kids - Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis - have been spending their long Easter break in the home country in Norfolk. They are currently living in Anmer Hall.
The Royal family is enjoying their holidays as they recently spotted attending the Burnham horse trials, per Hello! Kate Middleton and Prince William got reunited with the latter's cousin, Zara Tindall, and their kids even had a good time playing together.
Sadly, Kate Middleton and Prince William's almost one month break will come to an end. Prince George and Prince Charlotte have to go back to school and nursery on April 23.
Prince William is also set to visit New Zealand on behalf of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, later this month to pay tribute to the victims of Christchurch mosque shootings. On the other hand, it is not yet revealed what activity Kate Middleton has to do after she visited Scouts' headquarters at Gilwell Park in Essex on March 28.
Prince William was last seen attending the premiere of David Attenborough's Our Planet on April 4 with Prince Charles and Prince Harry. He was spotted flying to Kensington Palace via helicopter, probably from Norfolk. He also spent three weeks quietly working on a top-secret assignment with the three branches of the UK's Intelligence Services, MI5, MI6, and GCHQ.
"The Duke cares hugely about the communities that protect us and has done a lot with first responders and the military," a source said about Prince William's activity, via Express.co.uk. "But this is an area that doesn't always get the recognition it deserves."
Prince William worked full-time with the intelligence services' operatives and agents to know more about their crucial roles. The Duke of Cambridge seemed to be very interested in their work and as a future king; he has to know their activities.
Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton broke the speculations that they would spend the Easter holidays differently this year. As Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday, which is on April 21, it falls on Easter Sunday. However, it is most likely the monarch will only attend church at St George's Chapel in Windsor, while the Cambridge family will return to London next week.