Kate and William’s ‘lovely’ Christmas Day plans in hidden family bolthole

Kate Middleton and Prince William will be celebrating privately in the countryside after Queen disappointment over Omicron fears.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children were due to be with the Queen at Sandringham Palace but the rise in infections has scuppered most plans for the Royal Family.

However, William and Kate will still be close to the Norfolk palace to celebrate Christmas as they spend the holidays at Anmer Hall, a property on the same estate.

The disruption due to the new Omicron variant also gives the couple the rare opportunity to spent the special day with Kate’s family instead.

According to Hello!, the Duke and Duchess are expected to host the Middleton family at their rumoured ten bedroom home.

Anmer Hall was the permanent residence of Kate, William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte from 2015 to 2017 but is now a countryside retreat.

It is not known which members of the Middleton family are attending but reports suggest Pippa Matthews and her family, including her second child Grace, could be attending.

Some fans on social media are hoping to see a photograph of the Cambridge children along with Pippa’s two kids.

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Many royal fans were pleased to see Kate and the kids getting the chance to have her family over for Christmas Day.

One user on Twitter said: “Anmer Hall sounds magnificent and the country vs city feeling sounds idyllic. The Middletons being able to gather sounds perfect. I'm sure they'll make precious memories.

Another said: “Good! It has been a while since they were able to celebrate with the Middletons.”

Some did express disappointment for the Queen with this being the first Christmas Her Majesty would have without the late Prince Philip.

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However, it is believed the decision was made for the Queen’s safety.

Her majesty is also not expected to spend Christmas alone after deciding to stay at Windsor Castle.

A spokesperson for Clarence House announced that Prince Charles and Camilla would be among the Queen’s guests this year.

Kensington Palace has been contacted for comment.

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