LONDON – British Prince William smiles in new photos released on Sunday showing how he plays with his children to celebrate both his birthday and Father’s Day.
The Duke of Cambridge, who turned 38 on Sunday, was pictured in his Note Hall mansion on Sandringham Estate in western England, where he lived with his family Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children during the Coronavirus Lock Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
One picture shows Prince William playfully jumping on his children while another shows how they pose together on a swing.
Both were captured by the Duchess earlier this month, Kensington Palace said in a statement.
William’s birthday is only the last in a series of royal birthdays celebrated during the UK’s ban.
Both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Louis celebrated their birthdays in April, while Princess Charlotte celebrated her birthday in May. The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, turned 99 earlier this month.
Prince Charles wished his son a happy birthday on Sunday with a photo of the two hugging.
Charles, 71, has recently recovered from the corona virus that has infected over 300,000 people in the UK. This is clear from the latest figures released on Sunday.
A video recorded in March shortly after the UK was suspended showed the three children of William and Kate who participated in the British “Clap for Carers” campaign to thank health workers for being “tireless for those affected by.” COVID-19 worked “.
Prince William has been particularly clear about the importance of Protection of mental health during the pandemic and warned of the negative consequences for healthcare workers.
He said about a Brit Talk show Last month, when healthcare workers were “superstars,” he feared that many would experience estrangement as “once they have Hero Day, they can no longer shake it off and therefore cannot ask for support.”
Prince William and Kate have long been lawyers for mental health and their Foundation, endowment supports “Our Frontline”, a program that supports health workers with mental health and grief.