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Kate Middleton may uphold royal Christmas tradition with George, Charlotte and Louis

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KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William may decide to uphold a traditional royal pastime on Christmas day. The Royal Family’s plans have been put on hold by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who for the second year in a row, has cancelled the traditional Sandringham Christmas, and will remain at Windsor Castle. The precautions come in light of the rising number of cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 – and is said to be a personal one by the Queen, 95.

 

 

But, for the young royals, William and Kate may decide to go on a traditional trip to church in Norfolk on Christmas Day. Cosmopolitan reports the Cambridge family may even cancel the long-standing tradition.

 

 

However, in light of the family remaining in some form of isolation prior to Christmas Day, they may still decide to go ahead.

 

 

William’s father, Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla, as well as Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and his wife Sophie have also agreed to cancel the rest of their holiday festivities to reduce the risk of spreading illness.

 

 

The Royal Family’s decision comes just days after the Queen decided to cancel her annual Christmas family lunch due to the quickly spreading Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus.

 

 

The Queen reportedly cancelled the lunch in hopes of keeping her family members healthy so that they could spend Christmas Day together at Sandringham as planned.

 

 

However, the Queen’s aides reveal her holiday plans “continue to be under review.” The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents live in the village of Bucklebury which is just a 33-mile drive from Windsor Castle. This means, under usual conditions, it would be easy for the Cambridge family to see the royals and the Middletons.

 

 

In 2016, the couple were pictured arriving at St Mark’s Church with Prince George and Princess Charlotte to attend a Christmas morning service.

 

 

They were pictured walking up the church path with Carole and Michael Middleton, as well as Pippa and James Middleton. A source at the time said: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children will have a private Christmas day with the Middleton family.”

 

 

The health of Her Majesty has been a great concern in recent months. All measures taken will likely be taken to protect the welfare and medical needs of the Queen and the wider royal family.

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