The Prince and Princess of Wales haven’t recently left the house on official business.
When the couple attended the customary Easter Sunday service with the rest of the royal family on April 9, it delighted fans.
They had, however, kept a low profile before that as they stepped away from the spotlight to spend the holidays with their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
During his visit to Poland on March 23, William last engaged in official business when he met with groups of Ukrainian refugees who had fled their country and settled in Warsaw.
Two weeks later, William and his eldest son George were spotted in the crowd watching his beloved Aston Villa play Nottingham Forest.
When she hosted the new Business Taskforce for Early Childhood’s inaugural meeting in London on March 21, Princess Catherine was last in uniform.
Fans have questioned why the couple hasn’t resumed their official engagements now that the Easter break is over, most people are back at work, and students are in school.
The answer is their children.
Lambrook is still on break, in contrast to many other schools. Since the private co-ed prep school’s summer term doesn’t begin until April 19, William and Catherine still have two days with little Louis, Charlotte, and George.
The Wales family will take center stage at King Charles’ coronation, and fans are already counting down the days.
The procession leading from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace for the coronation is anticipated to include all three of the siblings.
The three children of the Prince and Princess of Wales will participate in the events, despite initial reports that only nine-year-old Prince George would have a “significant” role that day.
Prince George was announced as a page at his grandfather’s coronation in a recent Kensington Palace update. All eight pages will participate in the procession through Westminster Abbey’s Nave while donning matching scarlet uniforms.