Most likely, Kate Middleton and Prince William are preparing to spend Christmas with their family. They will reportedly spend the holidays at the royals’ Sandringham Estate with King Charles, Camilla, and other members of the Royal Family.
However, one group of former royals is unlikely to be present.
According to reports, the royal family does not want Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to spend Christmas with them. It goes without saying that this has a lot to do with their recently published documentary series.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, William and Kate’s two oldest children, joined them last week at Westminster Abbey, where the Princess of Wales held her second annual Christmas carol concert.
Although Kate’s skill for the piano is well known, she recently disclosed that her children have extremely strong feelings about her singing.
Soon William and Kate will depart for their brief Christmas vacation, which allows them to spend the days with their kids and the rest of the family. Naturally, any intentions King Charles and Camilla had to celebrate the holidays may have been derailed by Harry and Meghan’s new documentary series.
Not to mention the comments the Sussexes made about William and Kate.
Meghan Markle remembered how she was entering uncharted territory when she first met the future king and queen.
According to the Mirror, when the royals arrived outside the Abbey, members of the public greeted them, with some yelling, “Kate, we love you,” and “Prince William, we love you.”
Approximately 1,800 people, including Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, came to Kate Middleton’s second carol event. The purpose of the event is to “celebrate and promote the joy that human connection and togetherness can offer” and to honour the “selfless efforts of individuals, families, and communities across the UK.”
Additionally, this year was much more unique. In a statement, Kensington Palace said they were also devoting the occasion to the late Queen Elizabeth and the principles that Her Majesty upheld throughout her life. “Duty, empathy, faith, service, kindness, compassion, and support for others” were among those things.
Prince Louis’ parents did not accompany him to the concert. The little prince will be in the lead and centre of the royal family’s customary 300-meter walk on Christmas Day from Sandringham to St. Mary Magdalene Church for a church service. At least that is what Daily Mirror insiders claim.
Louis’ participation in the Sandringham walk and presence there have not been confirmed by the Palace. Though the Queen typically appears during the customary walk, sources told the Mirror that William and Kate’s children will “bring a touch of lightness” just months after her passing.
Kate was overheard talking to singer Alfie Boe about her musical abilities before the Christmas carol concert service and confessing that her kids “wouldn’t forgive her singing.”
They merely don’t think her singing voice is good.
The Princess remarked, “On the piano you can slightly hide away a bit more than you can do singing.
Actually, I doubt my kids will forgive me because they don’t believe my singing voice is all that great. I’ll need to take classes.
It should be obvious that Kate has a diverse variety of skills and interests. However, it appears that there is one skill she has never attained mastery in.
During halftime of the Rugby League World Cup quarterfinal between England and Papua New Guinea that Kate attended, the Princess spoke with volunteers from a social impact programme that strives to better the lives of residents in the cities and towns that host the World Cup matches.
During the meeting, Kate was given a number of gifts, including soap and knitted caps.