Prince William and Kate Middleton will 'project their children forward' to steal the show on Christmas in Harry and Meghan's absence
The Sussexes are enjoying a six-week extended Christmas break from royal duties to spend time with baby Archie in an undisclosed location
Cashing in on the opportunity that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken an extended Christmas break from their Royal duties, Prince William and Kate Middleton might "project their children forward" and "steal the show" during the walk to church at Sandringham, Norfolk, a royal expert said.
Camilla Tominey appeared on 'This Morning' and predicted that Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 4, will accompany their parents, and other royal members on Christmas Day when all of them walk to the church, an age-old tradition. "The Sussexes aren't going to be there, so this may be an opportunity for the Cambridges to project their children forward," she said, Daily Mail reported.
And while William and Kate's two older children may tag along during the church walk, it is highly unlikely that Prince Louis will be joining his brother and sister. "Maybe not Prince Louis because he is a toddler and we all know how toddlers can be in church," the expert said.
The Cambridges already created a stir before the Holidays after their family Christmas card was leaked online earlier this week. The holiday portrait, which was first shared by a Royal Air Force member who received the festive card from the Duchess herself, featured the family of five on a vintage motorcycle sidecar — one of their most casual and candid photos till date.
Following the photo which immediately went viral, the royal expert also revealed that people might get to see "more exciting festive imagery" in the coming weekend.
She added that William and Kate were pegged to be the "star couple of the next decade" as opposed to the "trouble couple" Harry and Meghan.
Speaking about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Camilla said: "They’ve had a period of reflection and I hope that they look at the Queen's example through good times and bad. She's always put duty first and that’s why she’s so endearingly popular. Perhaps that duty first message needs to be absorbed by all other members of the royal family."
It has been confirmed that Sussexes will not be joining the Queen and the other royals for the official festivities this year. Currently, the Sussexes are enjoying a six-week break from royal duties to spend time with baby Archie in an undisclosed location.