Easter with the royal family is just around the corner! It will be the second major family event King Charles III. (74) will hold for his relatives. When his mother Queen Elizabeth II (✝96) was alive, there were strict rules regarding guests, table arrangements and the menu. Charles seems to see things a little differently. A royal expert suspects that customs could now change!
Royal expert Ingrid Seward explains opposite Mirrorhow banquets used to be in the Queen’s day. All younger children who are not yet proficient with cutlery should eat in the playroom dining room at Christmas and Easter. “I suspect Charles will relax that rule a bit”, explains the expert. So little Prince Louis (4) may sit with the adults.
Mike Tindall (44), the husband of Charles’ niece Zara (41), explained on his podcast “The Good, The Bad & The Rugby”that at least 70 people are always present at the festivals. “There were seven tables, I sat with King Charles. The children had their own little table in another room”he also described the seating plan.