Kate Middleton and Prince William Show Off Another Rare Photo to Celebrate Easter

Kate Middleton and Prince William just shared another rare photo to celebrate Easter. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are staying at their country estate, Anmer Hall, with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Not only did they wish everyone a “safe and happy Easter” over the holiday, but they also shared a unique look at Kensington Palace.

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Inside Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Easter celebrations

William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, are isolating in their country home while the United Kingdom is under lockdown. Members of the royal family usually join Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle for Easter, but those plans have been canceled in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Although George, Charlotte, and Louis will not be enjoying an Easter egg hunt at Windsor Castle this year, it is safe to say that Kate had something fun planned for her children.

It is possible that Prince William and Kate Middleton set up an Easter egg hunt on the grounds of Anmer Hall, though they have yet to say exactly what they did for the holiday.

The Cambridges did, however, share a rare photo on Sunday, wishing all of their followers on social media a Happy Easter.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share a rare Easter photo

Taking to Instagram, Kate and William posted a gorgeous photo of their London home, Kensington Palace, with a garden of daffodils in the foreground.

The couple shared the image on their Kensington Royal account and added the message, “Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter.”

William and Kate included a bunny rabbit and an egg emoji in the post, along with the hashtag, “Stay home save lives.”

Royal watchers, of course, loved seeing a rare photo of Kensington Palace. Several fans thanked the couple for sharing the image on Easter, with one writing, “What a lovely photo.”

Following Easter, Prince William and Kate Middleton will likely get back to homeschooling their children with the schools in the UK remaining closed. The two have not revealed when they are planning on returning to London but will likely be back at Kensington Palace once the crisis is over.

Prince William and Kate Middleton work behind the scenes

While the Easter photo gave fans a rare look at the outside of Kensington Palace, the couple recently offered a glimpse inside their palace apartment.

Taking to Instagram, William and Kate shared a few behind-the-scenes photos of themselves working from home. This includes a shot of William talking on the phone in his office and a photo of Kate sitting at her desk while taking some phone calls of her own.

The pictures were snapped shortly after Prince William and Kate Middleton visited an NHS facility in London. It also came days before the UK announced a lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Members of the royal family have taken a step back from the spotlight as the country continues to deal with the current crisis. Although the royals have canceled future engagements, they are working hard behind the scenes to help those in need.

William takes on a new role

Starting on Easter, Prince William became the official patron of the National Emergencies Trust, which has raised funds to help with the coronavirus pandemic. In honor of his new appointment, William made several phone calls to volunteers within the organization over the weekend.

He also took part in a video conference with the head of the Moorland Community Charity, Jacky Crawford, last week. The organization delivers hot meals to the community and operates a food bank in the area.

According to Hello Magazine, William and Crawford talked about the impact of the coronavirus across the UK and how everyone has come together to fight the outbreak.

“I think Britain is at its best, weirdly, when we’re all in a crisis. That community spirit and community feel comes rushing back quicker than anything else,” William shared.

Prince William and Kate Middleton will likely continue working from home until the lockdown is lifted. This includes working with a variety of different charitable organizations that are helping people get through the current crisis.