A Christmas like no other for the Cambridges. While England has decided to reconfine part of the country because of a new strain of the coronavirus, Kate Middleton and Prince William must now review their program for the end of the year holidays because of these health measures. Indeed, while they had been staying at Anmer Hall for several days, the Duke and Duchess had put aside the traditional Christmas at Sandringham, since Elizabeth II decided to spend it at Windsor Castle for the first time in addition to 30 years. But now they will also not spend the holidays at the Middletons.
Seen as a second option to spend the holidays with the family despite the Covid-19 pandemic, it turns out that Berkshire, the region where Carole and Michael Middleton live, as well as London, where Pippa Middleton, currently pregnant with her second child, live, and her husband James Matthews, have just passed into level 4 containment, which prohibits all households from mixing and spending the night away from their homes, and which also prohibits travel to confined areas, specifies People.
No Christmas with Prince Charles or Elizabeth II
A blow for Kate Middleton and Prince William as well as their children George, Charlotte and Louis, who had spent last Christmas with the Windsors. Parties they will also not be able to spend with Elizabeth II, Windsor Castle also in Berkshire, or even with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, who recently returned to Clarence House in London.
Kate and William broke a health rule
Confined to Norfolk, a region placed in level 2, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can only invite two other households to their table on Christmas Day, while respecting the rule of six, and on conditions that these families come from a level 2 region. This also excludes Prince Edward and Sophie of Wessex, who live in Surrey, with whom they were however spotted breaking a health rule.
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