For many the night of Halloween it’s the ideal time of year to dress up, watch horror movies, and eat more candy than you should. But this date, like so many others, has with it a strong cultural and religious significance and not all the ‘royals’ english of the British royal family they celebrate it, at least not publicly. These are all the times that royalty has disguised themselves.
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There is no royal house rule that prohibits the celebration of Halloween, but historically it has not been seen that a celebration related to Halloween takes place in the British royal family, unlike, for example, the White House, which does organize events.
Although Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is usually quite discreet and avoids the use of costumes and characterizations of any character. Yes he disguised himself when he was young with her sister Princess Margaret to participate in presentations and plays held at Buckingham Palace.
Henry of Sussex
His grandsons William of Cambridge and Henry of Sussex also did it in various school plays and other events. Several childhood photos of the children of Charles and Diana of Wales reveal how the two heirs they dressed as policemen, of the military and even Prince Henry of a tomato.
Carlos and Camilla
Carlos de Gales and Camilla Parker Bowles holding fancy masks at the Elephant Family NGO Animal Dance in 2019.
Catherine of Cambridge
The Duchess of Cambridge is one of the members of the British royal family who likes Halloween the most. Before marrying William of Cambridge, she was photographed on Halloween in 2007 and 2008 disguised as a witch and skater, respectively.
Beatrice of York
For her part, Beatriz de York has dressed up specifically for Halloween. In 2016, Guillermo and Enrique’s cousin he disguised himself as a cat to attend the Unicef Halloween Gala in London. And in 2018, the eldest daughter of Andrés de York and Sarah Ferguson did it again, this time she chose to become a unicorn to attend the costume party of the Annabel club in the British capital.