Prince William and Kate Middleton will skip the annual ritual of staying at Balmoral.


Prince William and Kate Middleton will continue a long-standing royal tradition by convening at the Balmoral estate in Scotland.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, on the other hand, will make a modest adjustment to the annual ritual, which will be the first since King Charles ascended to the throne.

The couple will not be staying at the castle with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

The Waleses have their own property on site, Tam-Na-Ghar, which was given to Prince William by his late great grandmother, the Queen Mother, before her death in 2002, according to The Mirror.

The cottage has three bedrooms, and William and Kate have worked hard to keep the residence on the 50,000-acre Balmoral estate, which includes 150 buildings, as secluded as possible.

The family gathers at the Scottish Castle to enjoy some downtime together, a tradition established by the late Queen Elizabeth II, where they hunt, horse ride,

and fish on the large estate. This will also be an emotional gathering for the Royal Family because it is the first after the death of the late Queen.

Apart from Prince William and Kate Middleton, royal analyst Robert Jobson noted in that Anne, Princess Royal, and Zara Tindall are most likely to be invited.

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