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Prince William and Kate Middleton spent a very private but exciting Christmas, surrounded only by their immediate family, to avoid any contagion of COVID-19.
According to Us Weekly, the couple enjoyed their children to the fullest, plus they exchanged some memorable gifts. “While Kate and William avoid spoiling their children too much, they let that rule pass at Christmas,” assured the source of the entertainment magazine. She added that George was given a camping kit, Louis a garden slide, and Charlotte a video camera.
However, the most spectacular present was from William for his wife, who surprised her with very expensive jewelry.
“After a very busy year, William wanted to make this Christmas season extra special for Kate and surprised her with a beautiful bracelet”, said the same source.
The family met in one of the royal family’s country houses, known as Anmer Hall, where they ate turkey, stuffing, pork, and potatoes. In addition, the little ones helped their mother to bake an apple pie and a chocolate cake.