Kensington Palace and the royal family is getting reflective about the year almost passed on the official Instagram account.
Yep, it’s about that time of year when everyone starts getting a little nostalgic for the year that’s nearly up.
Apparently, the British royal family is no different when it comes to this. And that is because the royal family’s official Instagram account has just uploaded a compilation video of the royals’ best bits. Honestly, it seems a bit bizarre, but there is indeed a video entitled, ‘2018: Our Favourite Moments’ uploaded to Instagram Stories and saved on IGTV.
The three-minute video features some photos we’ve never seen before of the royals and is captioned:
“Here are some of our favourite moments from 2018 — thank you to everyone who made this year so special. See you in 2019!”
Also read: Major Shock For The Queen When She Visited Kate And William’s Country Home.
This special video highlights events such as the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child, Louis back in April. It also includes his christening in July. And, of course, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding in May.
The video which was released by the Kensington Palace about three days ago, shows snaps of the Duchess of Cambridge back from her maternity leave in September and Kate Middleton becoming a patron of Evelina Children’s Hospital earlier this month.
But, what was the most touching picture?
Also read: 5 Things You Had No Idea Went Wrong At Harry And Meghan’s Wedding.
One of the most touching pictures included is a note the Duke of Cambridge, William penned for a remembrance tree in Manchester which reads:
“To all of those affected, you will never be forgotten. And to the people of Manchester, my admiration for your display of strength, decency and community in the time of this unparalleled tragedy.”
It certainly has been one hell of a year for the British royals. And with the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan’s first born early this year, we’re guessing this New Year won’t be much quieter.