Kate and William: Prince Louis caused a sensation during Christmas mass at Sandringham


Published on December 26, 2022 at 6:30 am

Kate and William: Prince Louis caused a sensation during Christmas mass at Sandringham – © Lock Stephen/I-Images/ABACA

This Sunday, December 25, the royal family went to Christmas mass.

It is a day of celebration and tradition. This Sunday, December 25, millions of people around the world celebrated Christmas. For the occasion, the royal family went as every year to the Christmas mass, in Sandringham. On this day, it is the prince louis which caused a stir. Indeed, the little boy was photographed for the first time at an event since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last June. All smiles, the little boy seemed visibly very happy with this beautiful day. Prince George and Princess Charlotte were also present alongside Kate and William. This December 25 was very symbolic and emotional for members of royalty. Indeed, this is the first Christmas without Elizabeth II who died last September.

A moving tribute

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Charles III also paid him a moving tribute during his first Christmas speech. It was in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle that the King decided to speak. A highly symbolic place since it is the place where Elizabeth II and Prince Philip rest in peace. During his speech, he notably wanted to thank all the people who supported their families during this difficult period of mourning: “I remember the deeply touching letters, cards and messages that so many of you sent to us, to my wife and to myself, and I cannot thank you enough for the love and sympathy you have shown to our entire family. Christmas is a particularly poignant time for all of us who have lost loved ones. We feel their absence and remember them in every tradition we cherish. “A day full of emotions.



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