CAUSE William has said the Queen still takes her beloved corgis for walks as he revealed that his “whole family” loves to walk – but made no mention of his brother Harry.
In a heartfelt tweet, the Duke of Cambridge told of his family’s love of walking alongside a moment he stood outside St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Sandringham.
The 39-year-old author writes about the king, 95, who still loves to go for walks, as well as about his father Prince Charles and his children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – but does not include Harry in the context. the scene where they are fracturing.
Wills shared the message as he said he hopes to “inspire a few others to be active and spend more time on their own mental health” by talking about some of the “stories and his favorite song” in an episode of the Apple Time to Walk audio file.
He tweeted: “My whole family has a passion for walking – even if it’s my grandma taking the puppies out at 95; my dad gets into long talks all summer in Scotland; or my children make their first appearance on our annual Christmas walk to church at Sandringham.”
The Queen took her cubs for a walk after Prince Philip passed away in April as her way of “dealing with unhappiness and great unhappiness”.
After her 73-year-old husband passed away at the age of 99, the Queen took the puppies out every day to help her heal.
But after that spend a night in the hospital In October, the Queen was strictly ordered by doctors to perform “light duties” and was even banned from walking.
She also forced to give up riding in September after being “annoyed” – but determined to get back in the saddle soon.
After fearing for her health, the Queen reported to the Royal Family that she is now “much better” and can celebrate Christmas tradition at Sandringham, according to sources.
The Queen has moved to reassure the family that she is healing and is “looking forward” to the festive family gathering at her Norfolk estate.
And Wills’ rejection of Prince Harry in his family-focused tweet comes amid a rift between them.
But one expert has claimed Wills and his wife Kate Middleton Will still send Archie and Lilibet Christmas presents.
Talking to Yes! Journal, royal expert Katie Nicholl said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still want to keep their Christmas traditions.
When asked if they would send gifts to Archie and Lilibet, Katie said: “Of course they do.
“They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all of their nieces and nephews.”
William and Kate have yet to meet baby Lilibet – who was born in Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in July.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to spend the festive season in California while Prince William and Kate Middleton attend Christmas at Sandringham with the Queen.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4208571/prince-william-queen-walks-corgis/ Prince William said the Queen is still walking corgis at 95 as he revealed ‘the whole family’ loves to walk… but made no mention of Harry