The Prince and Princess of Wales now reside in WindsorPhoto: Getty Images

Prince William and Princess Kate’s Easter plans revealed?

The Prince and Princess of Wales are undoubtedly looking forward to spending some quality time with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, as Easter is a significant holiday for the royal family.

While William and Catherine’s plans haven’t been formally announced, it’s likely that they will be among the royals who attend the King and Queen Consort’s first Easter Sunday service on April 9 in their capacity as hosts.


The royals at the 2022 Easter Sunday service
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In the private chapel at St. George’s in Windsor, where the church service is customarily held, George and Charlotte first attended with their parents last year.

Mike and Zara Tindall and their eldest child, Mia, as well as the then-Earl and Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, and James, Viscount Severn, joined the then-Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The Waleses are now conveniently situated for the Easter Sunday event after relocating to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor last summer.



Since the kids are on spring break from Lambrook school, we understand that William, Catherine, George, Charlotte, and four-year-old Louis are not currently in Windsor.

The five-person family has previously taken vacations abroad and spends the school breaks at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. The Wales family reportedly went on a ski vacation to Courchevel, France, last year.

On Thursday, April 6, at the Royal Maundy Service at York Minster, His Majesty will distribute the Maundy Money. King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will be present.



Charles will thank local community members for their service by giving them specially-minted silver coins worth 74p during the Maundy Thursday event, representing the monarch’s age.

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The ritual was performed for the first time last year by Charles in place of the late Queen after she was unable to attend due to mobility issues.

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