IT HAS been claimed by Royal commentator Omid Scobie that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 37, will be ‘breaking away from tradition’ in the coming weeks to reveal ‘a number of new announcements.’
Scobie explains that Christmas is usually a quiet time of year for the royals. But this year it its expected that Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to break that “tradition” and make some “big announcements”
According to Scobie, taking advantage that Christmas is a quiet time for the royals, it’s also the perfect time for their “big announcement.”
Speaking on ABC’s Heirpod podcast, Scobie adds that announcing things during the Christmas period, a traditionally quite time of the year for the Royal Family, is a “smart decision.”
Omid Scobie claims the pair will ‘break tradition’ in the coming weeks and has hinted that 2020 will be a “big year” for Kate and says the royal couple are set to be ‘busy’ over the coming year.
The royal expert explains that there was a briefing at Kensington Palace just last week where the staff were given a number of new announcements that will be publicly revealed over the holiday period.
As Euro Weekly News understands, it is also believed that in Prince Harry and Meghan’s absence on the walk to church at Sandringham, Prince William and Kate Middleton will take the opportunity to ‘project their children forward’ and ‘steal the show’ with rumours that Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 4, will appear with their parents on Christmas Day.