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Kate Middleton and Prince William have celebrated Easter!
For the second consecutive year, the royal family has been unable to gather for Easter Mass due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. However, Kate and William still cheer everyone up on social media.
The royal couple shared a slow-motion video of a chocolate egg emblazoned with the words "Happy Easter" breaking after being hit with a rolling pin, but the video plays in reverse, as if the pieces came together to create a grand celebration.
“We wish you all a safe and happy Easter,” they signed the post along with a cute chicken emoticon.
William, 38, and Kate, 39, probably celebrated the holiday with a traditional Easter egg hunt with their children Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, who turns 3 on April 23rd.
For Easter 2018, flowers were presented to the Queen at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, Madeleine Carleston and Amelia Vivian, two girls whose parents work and live in the castle. Prince William and Kate, who at the time had only a few weeks to await the birth of their son Louis, told the girls that George and Charlotte had been out hunting for Easter eggs that morning.
On Easter last year, Prince William and Kate held their first full-fledged royal meeting via video call amid the coronavirus pandemic, talking to a school in the north of England that cares and trains the children of key workers. The staff made sure to wish the Cambridge family a happy Easter and Prince William assured them that they would celebrate with lots of delicious treats.
“There will be a lot of chocolate here, don't worry!” He said.
Then Kate with a laugh turned to her husband and joked: