It’s never too early to celebrate the end of the year! Especially not in 2020. As every year, the Cambridges did not wait until the end of December to send their traditional greeting cards. But if they intended to keep it secret, it was without relying on the recipients. Delighted to have received a word from the Cambridge, some hastened to unveil the map on social networks. According to Hello, this letter was sent to staff at the National Health Service, whom the couple thanked several times for their involvement in the fight against the coronavirus. “To all the amazing staff at the NHS, We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,” Kate Middleton and Prince William wrote on the back of their 2020 greeting cards, which will be spending the holidays at the Duchess’s parents. We cannot thank you enough for your dedication and the sacrifices you had to make this year. We will always be grateful to you. “
And if Kate Middleton, Prince William and their three children had chosen a summer photo last year, they bet in 2020 on an autumnal and rustic shot. On this one, which was surely taken in their Anmer Hall residence where they spent the confinement, Kate Middleton tenderly embraces Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis while Prince George is all smiles to pose next to his father. The whole family sits on what appears to be a haystack in front of dozens of stacked logs. And for their clothes, the Cambridges have once again chosen to match brown tones, which perfectly match the season. And this shot demonstrates the daily life of a “united and linked family,” said language expert Judi James to the Daily Mail. According to her, this photographer also shows that Kate Middleton “is the backbone”.
Prince Louis, “the joy of the family”
William seems to recognize that his wife is his rock, leaning towards her, sporting a smile with his tight upper lip and a frown at the bridge of his nose to suggest a pent-up pleasure in being the supporter and protector. of his family group “, described the expert. As for the children, they are the real stars of this greeting card. “George’s smile and the expression in his eyes suggest a hint of shyness and he seems happier posing near his father,” Judi James continues. His sister, Princess Charlotte, “wants to explore and experience adventures on her own”, believes the language expert, who assures that Prince Louis is “the joy of the family”: “His laughter frank, we see him screaming with joy and even if he is the smallest, he already seems happy to entertain his parents and his siblings. And that’s exactly what we saw for the first red carpet for the children of Kate Middleton and Prince William. Adorable!
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