Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Christmas is in check. It was known that the Dukes of Cambridge could miss the parties with Queen Elizabeth due to the restrictions due to the coronavirus.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could not be included in the Royal Family’s Christmas plans this year, as the UK forces a three-person social bubble to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Which leaves the Cambridge out of the celebration plans with Queen Elizabeth as is tradition.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Christmas
Prime Minister Boris Johnson put restrictions on the coronavirus and upholds limits on who can gather indoors during Christmas week to allow for celebrations.
The Royal Household is reviewing its plans for the holidays with the Cambridge children who are said to be a health risk to the Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Royal sources told the Telegraph that Palace doctors are advising the Queen on the best course of action for her Christmas bubble, as the Queen and Philip are at high risk of contracting the virus due to their age.
They stated that the Queen will abide by the coronavirus guidelines for royal celebrations, whether they take place at the Sandringham estate or at Buckingham Palace.
If the Cambris are not invited to the queen’s Christmas bubble, Kate could spend the holidays with her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, along with brothers Pippa and James. It could be found in Anmer Hall, Norfolk. or in Bucklebury, Berkshire.