The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Children To Reunite with Their Cousins During Summer Holidays
Summer is coming and Cambridge children are looking forward to a few weeks of fun in the sun. Parents are brainstorming the perfect activities to keep their children occupied and happy during the holidays, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are no different.
Since Wills and Kate are sporty individuals, there’s a lot of chatter from close sources that the pair are lining up lots of outdoor sporting activities for their children. Swimming, fishing, walking, riding and sailing are reportedly on the agenda.
But the most important activity on the royal couple’s list is probably having their children bond with their cousins.
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Over the August bank holiday weekend, it’s traditional for members of the Royal Family to gather at the Balmoral estate in Scotland, where the Queen enjoys her summer.
“The Queen loves being in Balmoral,” Ingrid Seward said of the elderly royal’s summer plans. “William has a house in the grounds, Tam Na Ghar, which was a gift to him and Harry from the Queen Mother and is down a deer track from Prince Charles’ Birkhall home.”
The grounds are endless, making it a perfect playing spot for the children.
“Balmoral is absolute paradise for children,” said Ingrid. “They can do all the country things, swimming and fishing in the lochs and George might even go rabbit and grouse shooting with William.
“They also go riding, because they have lots of fell ponies up there and some little Shetland ponies. Charlotte’s mad about ponies, so she is a girl after her own grandmother’s heart.
“All the kids love it up there because they have picnics every day and sometimes at night they have family barbecues, which were always a favourite of Prince Philip. And kids don’t care about the midges and the rain.”
The Cambridge Children to Reunite with Their Cousins
Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, got a chance to play and have fun with their cousins during the Queen’s extravagant four-day celebrations in June.
As their summer holidays approach, there’s a great chance they’ll reunite with their cousins, including Peter Philip’s daughters Savannah, 11, and Isla, 10, and Zara Tindall’s kids Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one.
They are likely to be joined by Princess Eugenie’s one-year-old son Autumn and Beatrice’s baby Sienna, nine months.
“This is probably the one time in the year that they have a chance to spend a bit of time with their cousins, and they all get on very well,” Ingrid noted. “Peter Phillips’ girls are great fun.”
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