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William And Kate Share New Picture Of Their Family Home: "Wishing You All A Safe And Happy Easter"

Prince William and Duchess Kate share a new picture of their family home: "Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter"
April 13, 2020 - 16:27 / Laura Pérez

Prince William and Duchess Catherine took to Twitter to share a beautiful picture of their family home, wishing everyone a safe and happy Easter and using the hashtag "StayHomeSaveLives." Read the full story below.

Prince William and Duchess Catherine celebrated Easter this past weekend, and in order to mark the occasion, they sared a stunning photo of their family home! While a few images from the inside building have been shared, now they posted a lovely photo of the outside of Kensington Palace.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live in Apartment 1A at Kensignton Palace, with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Back in the day, Princess Margaret lived in the 20-room residence which also has four floors, dressing rooms, a night and day nursery, and five reception rooms.

See the picture William and Kate shared here:

Prince William and Duchess Catherine encourage people to stay home

Kensington Palace dates back to 1689; not only Princess Margaret lived there but also Princess Diana, surrounded by yellow daffodils as the ones shown in William and Kate's snap. "Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter, #StayHomeSaveLives," is how they captioned the photo.

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Only a couple hours later Prince William had a virtual conversation with Jacky Crawford from Moorlands Community Charity, praising the public's response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. "I think Britain is at its best, weirdly, when we're in a crisis. We all pull together and that community spirit and that community feel comes rushing back quicker than anything else," the Duke of Cambridge said.

Watch the video here: