It has been more than three months since the United Kingdom government imposed the lockdown. As a lot of families have been apart due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kate Middleton admitted she now feels desperate to see her mom and dad, Carole and Michael Middleton.
As the U.K.'s lockdown gradually eases, Kate Middleton may take the first chance that she has to see Michael and Carole Middleton. On her recent visit to a garden center, Fakenham, near their house in Norfolk, Prince William's wife revealed how she misses her family and badly wants to see them, Mirror Online noted.
The Duchess of Cambridge's parents live in Berkshire. It is a three-hour drive away from their home in Norfolk, so they have yet to see them again since the U.K. lockdown started on March 23. But before the nationwide lockdown began, the Cambridges were able to move from their Kensington Palace home to Anmer Hall on the Sandringham estate, where they spend their isolation.
While talking to the seniors Patsy and Mike Thompson, both 85, and choosing seeds and plants for her children to plant back at home, she remembered her parents. She then told them she was already looking forward to being reunited with her mom and dad real soon.
Kate Middleton also asked them if they were able to see their own family even just for a bit. Patsy said yes, and it was a lovely reunion, which made her longed for Carole and Michael Middleton.
The future Queen then explained that as they were about three hours away from their home, she had not had the chance to see them yet. She even added that she missed them all.
According to Express, Kate Middleton has been known for being "very close" to her parents. Surely, the senior Middletons miss their daughter and grandchildren, too, as they are both hands-on grandparents.
The mother-of-three often talks about how happy her childhood is. When she was young, she always spent much of her time outdoors. No wonder she passes this activity to her kids, who she lets enjoy the outside and be close to nature.
But aside from Kate Middleton, other members of the Royal Family also miss other members of their kin after being isolated for over three months. Prince Charles recently told Sky News that he wanted to give people a hug after being away for so long.
He also said that virtual meetings would never be the same as seeing someone face-to-face. The Duke of Cornwall also admitted he felt sad for missing the 99th birthday of his father, Prince Philip. He also missed the born day of his firstborn, Kate Middleton's husband, Prince William.