Prince William set for break from royal duties ahead of Kate's public return

Prince William is set to take yet another break from royal duties in the wake of his and Princess Kate’s kids’ upcoming Easter break.

A pal of the Waleses spoke to the Sunday Times’ Roya Nikkah about the growing scrutiny surrounding Kate’s whereabouts and its impacts on the family of five.

They also revealed that the princess might push back her date of return to the public duties to April 17, to coincide with their kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis’ break from school.

William will also take time away from public duties during their children’s Easter holiday, according to the friend.

Easter is set to fall on March 31 this year, and the kids will be off from school for the two weeks leading up to Kate’s prospective public appearance.

However, its unclear whether William will resume public duties on the same date.

It is pertinent to note that there hasn’t been official confirmation regarding the royal heir’s schedule for public engagements.

He has sparingly conducted royal duties as he divides his time between public engagements and taking care of Kate following her abdominal surgery in January.