Prince William and Kate Middleton have wished the nation a ‘safe and happy Easter’ as people celebrate amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to the Kensington Royal Instagram account, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, shared a scenic photograph showing bright yellow daffodils in bloom at Kensington Palace.
Alongside the picture, they penned: ‘Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter’ #StayHomeSaveLives.’
And royals fans were quick to send the family their well-wishes too, with messages coming from as far and wide as Australia, America and Israel.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 38, have taken to their Instagram account and posted a flowery scene outside of Kensington Palace
Alongside the snap, they penned: ‘Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter’ #StayHomeSaveLives’
Prince William and Kate Middleton carried out their first royal engagement via video call to school children whose parents are working on the frontline on Wednesday (pictured)
‘Lovely to see this view of your place. Keep safe, from Australia,’wrote one, while a second penned: ‘Happy Easter from Israel.’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s message comes after the Queen called for ‘light and life’ to overcome despair amid the coronavirus crisis as she declared that Easter is ‘not cancelled’ in a special message Bank Holiday message.
Her Majesty delivered her first Easter audio address, which had the resolute message:
‘As dark as death can be – particularly for those suffering with grief – light and life are greater. May the living flame of the Easter hope be a steady guide as we face the future.’
Royal fans were quick to take to the comments section, with well-wishes coming from as far as Australia (pictured)
The Queen (pictured during her address to the nation last Sunday) has called for ‘light and life’ to overcome despair amid the coronavirus crisis as she declared that Easter is ‘not cancelled’ in a special message Bank Holiday message
The 93-year-old monarch’s pre-recorded speech offered support to those marking Easter privately and the wider country, and she said: ‘But Easter isn’t cancelled; indeed, we need Easter as much as ever.’
It ended on a positive note: ‘May the living flame of the Easter hope be a steady guide as we face the future.’
The speech came after the Queen’s televised address to the nation last Sunday when she said by remaining united the country would overcome the virus, and told those in lockdown ‘we will meet again’.
Her messages illustrate the importance of the head of the nation appearing at times of crisis to rally the country and keep up morale.