There’s no doubting that Easter Sunday was a gorgeous gathering inside Kensington Palace this year as Duchess Kate Middleton celebrated with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Unfortunately, Prince William missed Easter morning with his family, but it was all for a good cause.
The 33-year-old royal headed to Kenya last week for a four-day trip and arrived home in the evening on Sunday. According to Prince William’s office, he headed to Africa to witness “firsthand some of the longstanding conservation and anti-poaching initiatives.”
These initiatives are operated by Tusk Trust, which Prince William has supported for many years. The royal watched vets fit tracking collars on elephants to improve research and conservation efforts in the troubled area.
During a recent interview with ITV News, Prince William said that he would love to see Prince George and Princess Charlotte travel to Africa to help with the animal conservation when they grow older.
“I can see George being a bit of a bum sometimes out in the conservation world with his bangles and his sandals,” he said.
In addition to working with the Tusk Trust, he reportedly attended the wedding of his friends Jessica Craig and Jonathan Baillie at the Lewa Wildlife Reserve. It’s the same reserve that Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton six years ago.