Princess Catherine, along with her husband Prince William and their three adorable children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, is currently enjoying a mid-term holiday at their Amor Hall residence in Norfolk. With Halloween just around the corner on October 31st, it’s clear that the royal family is fully embracing the festive spirit of the season.
While Prince William and Kate have not made any public announcements about the occasion, they have been diligently involving their children in the Halloween festivities over the years. The Princess of Wales is renowned for her impeccable sense of style and her affection for family traditions. This year, she has reportedly been busy planning a spectacular Halloween celebration for her little ones.
From October 26th to 28th, members of the public have the unique opportunity to craft their own pumpkin house, inspired by the book “Pumpkin Soup” by Helen Cooper. Princess Katherine’s mother, Carole Middleton, has also expressed her enthusiasm for Halloween in a newsletter for her former business, Party Pieces. She shared her fondness for the autumn season, saying, “Halloween is an autumn highlight for me. I can still remember the fun and frights from my own childhood—the chance to dress up, decorate pumpkins, and go trick-or-treating.”
The charming Amor Hall, nestled in the picturesque Norfolk countryside, provides the perfect backdrop for the family’s Halloween festivities. This historic estate offers an idyllic setting for pumpkin carving, costume designing, and all things Halloween-related. The children will have a delightful time exploring the lush gardens and wooded areas as they search for the ideal pumpkins to transform into jack-o’-lanterns.
A source close to the family has revealed that Princess Catherine has been personally involved in organizing various Halloween-themed activities for her children. She’s planning a spooky treasure hunt and decorating the house with cobwebs and eerie ornaments. Her dedication is evident as she is determined to create a memorable Halloween for her little ones.
This is yet another occasion when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shown their commitment to nurturing their children’s childhood experiences. In past years, they’ve been seen attending local Halloween events, and Princess Katherine has been known to craft homemade costumes for her kids.
As we eagerly await the 31st of October, the Royal Family’s Halloween celebration is sure to be a heartwarming and fun-filled affair. Looking back to 2019, the Princess of Wales was spotted shopping for Halloween costumes with George and Charlotte at the Hardwick branch of Sainsbury’s near their Norfolk home, Anor Hall. Princess Katherine’s dedication to creating cherished memories for her children is a testament to her love for family tradition and, of course, the spirit of Halloween. We look forward to seeing the delightful photos and stories that will undoubtedly emerge from this enchanting Royal celebration.