The Cambridges haven’t seen Queen Elizabeth II for a little over a month now. As every year, the queen retires to her castle at Balmoral for her summer vacation. This summer, the Queen of England spent her stay almost alone, her husband no longer in this world. Nevertheless, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent a few days with the Queen at Balmoral. The couple were accompanied by their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis. Although the holidays are well and truly over, Kate and William have yet to have the chance to meet their grandmother.
To mark the resumption of her royal obligations, Queen Elizabeth II opted for the planting of a tree. His son, Prince Charles had joined him for the launch of this event entitled “Plant a tree for the jubilee”. The next big event that the Queen of England will not miss for the world is COP26. This international conference on the environment and climate change will be held from October 20 to November 12, in Glasgow. It is within the framework of this conference that the reunion between Queen Elizabeth and the Cambridges will take place.
Queen Elizabeth II, Kate and William are not the only guests at COP26
Prince Charles, the future king, and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles will also be present at the United Nations conference on the environment. Together with Elizabeth II, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they will represent the British royal family. According to Hello magazine, the royal family will only be present at this summit from November 1-5. Observer reminds us that Prince William and Prince Charles are passionate about the cause of ecology. In addition, Prince William had even launched the Earthshot prize in 2020.
Prince William and Catherine (Kate) Middleton © Agency