We’ve got sad news about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Easter weekend – because this year, Will won’t be at home to celebrate with the little ones.
Despite it being Princess Charlotte’s very first Easter, the Duke Of Cambrige won’t be around to organise an easter egg hunt for his and Kate’s tots.
Why? Instead, William is heading to Kenya for four days to see ‘first-hand some of the longstanding conservation and anti-poaching initiatives’, returning on Sunday.
The 33-year-old is a patron of the Tusk Trust, who will be supporting his trip. Whilst in Africa, William will help with research and conservation projects, as well as spending time with a team of rangers in Lewa Conservancy where they help to protect rhinos from being poaches.
William is also President of United For Wildlife, and after Buckingham Palace recently signed a declaration to halt the smuggling of illegal wildlife parts, we’re sure he’ll have alot to talk about…
Whilst it’s not ideal that Will will be missing family time with Kate and the kids, People are saying that he made up for it by joining them for a ski trip to the French Alps earlier this month.
And we’re sure Kate will do a sterling job of making sure the Easter bunny is generous this year – maybe the Queen and mummy Middleton will pitch in to help hand out all that chocolate?