The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge turn their thoughts to the people most in need at this particular moment in history
Kate Middleton, Sofia of Sweden and the others: the royals 2020 Christmas cards
It was an unusual Christmas even for the British Royal Family. However, despite the forced program changes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wanted to launch their message of hope for the future through social media.
Unfortunately, due to the pandemic and the dangerous evolution of the virus in the UK, Queen Elizabeth canceled the traditional annual family holiday celebrations, which are usually held on the Sandringham estate.
As a result, William, Kate and their three children (Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis) spent much of the pandemic at their Norfolk country home. The press speculated that they will remain there throughout the winter season.
Located on the east coast of England, the Royal Family's country estate at Anmer Hall appears to be a much-loved retreat for Kate and William, who would have found the space here to be relaxed and comfortable parents without the restrictions imposed by royal etiquette. , as stated by a source close to the Duchess who was recently interviewed by People and who portrayed Kate as an attentive and confident mom.
The words chosen by the Dukes for the wishes of this difficult year have the same warm and caring tones that a mother would use with her children, and are full of support and hope for the future to come:
This Christmas our thoughts are with those of you who are alone today, with those mourning the loss of a loved one and with those on the front lines who are putting their lives on hold to protect us others. Wishing a Merry Christmas doesn't seem right this year, we prefer to wish a better 2021. For all those who are struggling today, there is support available
William and Kate wrote on Twitter, then shared a number of mental health charities and phone lines dedicated to supporting those most in need.
Always attentive and close to the weakest, even this Christmas (despite the impediments of force majeure), William and Kate have made their voices heard, with the hope of a better 2021 for everyone, in all respects.