This has not been around for a long time: A large part of the British royal family meets. With sufficient distance there was a family reunion for the Queen, Kate, William and Co.
A rare sight in the current situation: the British Royals had a big family reunion this week. The members of the royal family kept their distance completely Corona-compliant.
Prince William (38) and Duchess Kate (38) are currently pulling their “Christmas Express” tour across Great Britain. The royal couple also made a stop at Windsor Castle, where the Queen currently resides.
At Windsor, William and Kate met Queen Elizabeth II (94), Prince Charles (72) and Duchess Camilla. Also (73). Also in the party were the Queen’s daughter Princess Anne (70), her little brother Prince Edward (56) and his wife Sophie von Wessex (55).
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The Queen without Prince Philip
The meeting was the first since the start of the current corona pandemic in which the Queen can be seen in public with her family. However, her husband Prince Philip (99) was not part of the party.
A Twitter post from @KensingtonRoyal said: “Members of the Royal Family welcomed a number of local Berkshire volunteers and charity workers who help other people over the holiday season.”
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How will things go on for the royal family? It is to be expected that the Royals will not be able to celebrate their traditional Christmas party together this year.