Members of the British royal family had to celebrate Easter this year without their most prominent representatives. Queen Elizabeth II canceled a few days ago – the nearly 96-year-old is increasingly absent from public events for health reasons. Prince Charles (73) was also absent from Easter service, so Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (40) led the royal guests.
According to reports, the fact that the royal family should lay their head off is becoming the norm rather than the exception in the future. “Now we have to assume the Queen will not be present at the events,” a source told the Daily Mail.
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According to a new strategy, the monarch’s advisors should only announce on the day of the event whether or not the Queen is coming. And the insider continued, “If His Majesty the King appears, the matter will not be decided until that day and another member of the royal family will accompany her.” By doing so, the royal family wants to avoid disappointments caused by short-term cancellations, which have recently occurred quite frequently.
And for the first time, William and Kate also brought their two oldest children – Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6, to service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor this Easter. Cambridge missed the brief visit by Prince Harry (37) and his wife, Duchess Meghan (40) to Windsor on Thursday Maundy because they were on vacation at the time. Williams and Harry’s relationship remains strained. (SDA/bsn)
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