Fans of Kate Middleton and Prince William already knew that they will be spending the Christmas holiday with his family at the Queen's home of Sandringham, but now other details of their holiday calendar are available. The pair is getting more and more involved in charitable causes, and charity is influencing their holiday plans as well. People.com is sharing some details of how the royal pair will be spending their first Christmas holiday as a married couple.
People shares that on December 21, Kate Middleton and Prince William will connect with an organization called Centrepoint, which works with homeless youth. William and Kate will spend the day in South London with the organization, watching a talent show and group session, and participating in a healthy cooking session. The royal duo visited the group Inner-City Arts while in Los Angeles last summer, and that visit connected them with Centrepoint. William and Kate have shown they have a passion for working with youth, so this event sounds right up their alley.
Of course Prince William's mother, the late Princess Diana, spent much of her time working with charitable causes, and Kate Middleton and Prince William are picking up where she left off. People shares that soon the palace will share details on the charities and causes the Duchess of Cambridge will be focusing on herself. She will soon be branching out to do more solo events, especially with the work assignment that will take Prince William out of the area for some time in 2012.
On December 19, Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry will attend an awards show called the "Millies," which honors U.K. servicemen and women. The two have been keeping up a very busy schedule lately, and it sounds as if the holiday season will be filled with activities and commitments. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been doing a number of joint events, which is a wonderful opportunity for them given the time apart they have coming up early in 2012.