The Princess of Wales has been extremely busy
In her capacity as the Princess of Wales this week, Princess Kate traveled the entire nation. She not only went to the Scottish Coronation of King Charles in Edinburgh but also spent time at Wimbledon and stood by Prince William at a charity polo match in Windsor.
Royal observers have taken notice of her hectic schedule and raised alarm about how much she has on her plate.
“You two are so busy, good lord! The following day, you find yourself back down here after seeing Edinburgh.” One worried royal watcher asked, “And doing the polo, how do you find the energy and time to fit it all in?” another added, “I’m exhausted just looking at how much these two do.”
A third concurred, saying, “I was thinking that they should be leaving on their vacation soon. They frequently have engagements that follow one another.”
With their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis concluding their first year at Lambrook this week, the Prince and Princess of Wales should soon be able to take a break from their hectic schedule.
According to reports, this summer will be unique for the Wales family. First of all, this is their first full summer living in Adelaide Cottage, their exquisite property in Windsor.
They not only have a sizable garden on the property, but they also have Windsor Great Park just outside their door for hiking, biking, and other activities.
The royal family typically leaves Windsor in August and heads to Balmoral, but this year will be different because it will be their first visit to their Scottish getaway without Queen Elizabeth II.
King Charles is rumored to be hosting the extended family for the first time this year. As he did as a boy, Prince William wants his children to enjoy all that Scotland has to offer.
William stated in May 2021: “George, Charlotte, and Louis already know how dear Scotland is to both of us and they are starting to build their own happy memories here too.”
Princess Kate had a very busy first year in her new position as Princess of Wales, so we hope she will have some downtime this summer to spend with her little family.