The Queen is ecstatic as Prince George, Charlotte, and Louis participate in a royal “custom.”
It has been alleged that the Queen enjoyed a royal “tradition” with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis over the August bank holiday weekend.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their three children, are said to have arrived at Balmoral this week. According to a family member, the Queen has recently established a custom of keeping the final weekend in August open for her grandkids and great-grandchildren while on vacation in Scotland.
“In recent years, it has been a custom that the Bank Holiday weekend is the final family get-together before Christmas, and everyone is invited,” the insider told Vanity Fair.
“In the past, it’s been a large sleepover with a number of the Queen’s grandkids and great-grandchildren.
“It gives Her Majesty a great deal of pleasure.”
According to a source, Her Majesty spent “special time” with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte, and Louis in Balmoral.
“William, Kate, and the kids have been enjoying some family time in Scotland, and they just spent some special time with the Queen,” the person said.
“They always look forward to travelling up to Balmoral because they enjoy being outside, strolling in the hills, and spending quality time with their families.
“It’s where William spent a lot of his boyhood, and it’s essential to him that his children see what he saw when he was a kid.”
While in the Scottish Highlands, the Cambridges are said to go for country walks, fishing, horseback riding, and cycling.
The Queen spends her summer vacations at Balmoral Castle, where she is accompanied by other members of the Royal Family.
This is her first year away from her beloved husband, Prince Philip.
In August, a guard of honour featuring a Shetland pony mascot officially welcomed the monarch to her private house in the Scottish Highlands.
She examined soldiers from the Balaklava Company of the Royal Regiment of Scotland’s 5th Battalion.
During the occasion, the regiment’s 3rd Battalion Pipes and Drums performed, as did the Royal Regiment of Scotland’s mascot, Shetland Pony Lance Corporal Cruachan IV.
Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson, Princess Eugenie, and August, Princess Eugenie’s son, have all been sighted arriving at Balmoral to join Her Majesty.
Since Queen Victoria’s time, Scotland has been a welcome haven for the Royal Family, who enjoy country pursuits in the Highlands.
Despite being on vacation, the head’s work continues. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”