On Christmas Day, the royal family, like many other families across the country, is divided by hierarchy and restrictions.
The 94-year-old Queen and the 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh spent the day privately at Windsor Castle. During the coronavirus pandemic, they have been sealing off all blocked areas.
For the first time in 30 years, the monarch does not live with his family in Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. Traditionally, members of the royal family walk to St. Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas morning. (St Mary Magdalene), and meet the public waiting outside.
This year, the Queen (Queen) is a Christian of the Church of England and the High Governor’s House. It is understood that the Queen will participate in a private Christmas event held in a small church in Windsor Castle to avoid a large crowd of wishers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spending the festival with their three children, seven Prince George, five Princess Charlotte and two Prince Louis, in the Norfolk House, Ammer Hall.
The couple tweeted pictures of people who worked throughout the holiday season, including social care workers caring for disadvantaged groups and volunteers who provided food to those in need.
They wrote in the accompanying thank-you letter: “This Christmas, our thoughts are with those who spend alone today, those who mourn the loss of their loved ones, and those who are still fighting on the front lines. Putting our lives aside to take care of us Other people’s energy.”
William and Kate added: “It doesn’t feel right to wish a Merry Christmas this year, so we hope 2021 is better. For those struggling today, you can get support.” They label many mental health charities, these charities Opened on December 25th, open to those who need support, including mind, Samaritans and peace (a movement against painful life).
The Duke and Duchess signed a contract for Covid-19 in April, but did not publicly release the Duchess at the time. She had previously emphasized that mental health support for front-line workers is more important than ever.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall at Highgrove at their home in Gloucestershire. The couple posted a photo of themselves at Birkhall, a Scottish retreat in the fall, with a cane in hand.
Charles and Camilla, dressed casually, are said to be enthusiastic strollers in the countryside near their home in Aberdeenshire.