Prince William And Duchess Catherine Attend Easter Service And Break Another Royal Protocol

Date April 3, 2018 09:14

It’s April, which means that Duchess Catherine and Prince William will welcome their baby #3 very soon. But Kate didn’t miss an opportunity to make another appearance despite being on maternity leave.


On Sunday, the Duke and the Duchess joined William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, at the service at St. George’s Chapel. And while doing that, they broke another royal protocol.


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In case you didn’t know, the royal family usually arrives at engagements and events in order of rank. So, the Queen should arrive last. But thanks to roadworks on the M4, William and Kate were late to the service.


Some people took to social media platforms to criticize the couple for keeping Her Majesty waiting. But as we all know, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge usually follow all of the rules and protocols, so we don’t think the Queen was harsh on them. Besides, in case of a traffic jam, there’s really nothing you can do.


Apart from William and Kate, Elizabeth II was also joined by Princess Eugenie, Princess Anna, and other members of the royal family. Prince Philip, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle were not in attendance.


Little George and Charlotte were not present as well. As it turns out, they don’t always attend Easter services with their great-grandma. In fact, the royal babies have never visited the Windsor Castle with their parents on Easter.

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