William and Kate Remain “at Home”

William and Kate remain “at home”. And they aren’t the only royals to stay across the Channel
The summer programs of the British royals remain top secret but, again this year, William and Kate will avoid going abroad for their summer holidays. Like so many other Windsors, they have decided to be an example to their subjects, staying at home and showing their support for the fight against the pandemic.

Queen Elizabeth in Balmoral, and Carlo and Camilla in nearby Birkhall for the summer break, the royals are satisfied for the second consecutive year of a staycation, a home holiday. And to invite their subjects to follow their example and avoid possible infections by going abroad, they are filling their agenda with mini-trips to the four corners of the United Kingdom, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Starting with William and Kate, who will not go to Mustique again this year, the Caribbean island made famous by Princess Margaret, and where the Middletons usually reunite in full force.