As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies, everyone’s holiday plans are changing, including those of the British royal family.
Kate Middleton’s mother, Carole, revealed that their family was with her three royal grandchildren – 7-year-old Prince George, 5-year-old Princess Charlotte and 2-year-old Prince Louis-Gathering together, this year will be different.
“We may not be able to get together, but in the year after 2020, we need to remember the really important things this Christmas,” Carole, 65, wrote in her party supplies company. Wrote in the article.
“For me, what is really important is the connection between my family. I usually ask my grandchildren to help me decorate the tree. This year, I will ask them via video call to determine which decoration should be placed where. It may need to be rearranged.”
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“Increasing our Christmas range has given me some joy and escapism, and I hope they can help you feel the same,” Carroll added.
She also had a 2-year-old grandson, Arthur, through her youngest daughter Pippa Middleton.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will also be separated from the royal family for Christmas.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles in March and will stay in the United States during the holiday instead of returning to the United Kingdom.
Currently, due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the UK is in a semi-locked state. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this will continue until December 2 to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients in a few weeks.
Under the new restrictions, bars and restaurants can only provide takeaway services, unnecessary shops must be closed, and people can only leave their homes for brief reasons (including sports). Barbershops, gyms, golf courses, swimming pools and bowling alleys are places that must be closed, and foreign holidays are prohibited.
BORIS JOHNSON announced that England had a long-term national lockdown
Unlike during the first three months of the coronavirus lockdown in the UK earlier this year, schools, universities, construction sites and manufacturing companies will remain open.
The number of deaths from the virus in the UK is the worst in Europe. As of Thursday, more than 50,000 people have died and the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases is 1.2 million.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.