The Royals have their way of wishing the world!
With their adorable new picture doing rounds on the internet, we can’t help but adore them thoroughly. Prince William and Kate Middleton are in the mood to wish ”Happy Christmas” to everyone along with their adorable new picture.
The Cambridges are in the mood for Holiday!
The Kensington Palace gave us a picture of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Friday sharing a precious glimpse of the family on their 2021 Christmas card.
The couple along with their kids; Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three were draped in their casuals. Furthermore, the picture was from their trip to Jordan.
“Delighted to share a new image of the family, which features on this year’s Christmas card,” the Instagram caption read.
Royal Christmas Card Message for the World
Christmas is just 12 days away and the Christmas card from the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge.
For the Duchess, Jordan holds a special place. She has been a part of the country for two years. She spent her childhood here and Michael, her father, who worked for British Airways.
On the contrary, William, the Duke went to Jordan during his official tour in 2018. He also confirmed returning with his kids soon.
The picture that the couple shared on their Instagram is from 2020. The family is seen keeping close to each other donned in their cozy sweaters enjoying in the haystack. In addition to the sweats, William is wearing a polo shirt paired with shorts. Kate, on the other hand, is wearing an olive green dress.
Furthermore, the 2021 Christmas Card was distributed all over to the NHS Staff along with frontline workers. This was primarily done to thank them for a hard year and for being there throughout the Pandemic.
Earlier this week, the couple was dressed all festive as they were a part of the Royal Christmas Carol concert. It was hosted by the Duchess. The outstanding work of individuals and organizations who managed to step up in support all through the Pandemic was the main reason for celebration.
Moreover, everyone will be able to watch the broadcast on Christmas Eve; “Royal Carols: Together At Christmas” right at 7:30 P.M on ITV.