The announcement of the Commonwealth Day service this week will give the British royal family the opportunity to meet again, after two years of hiatus due to the pandemic.
The Royal Family is gearing up to celebrate Commonwealth Day in 2022 after downsizing a series of key events, the official Twitter account of the Commonwealth shared the tweet below,
"#CommonwealthDay2022 as a service held at Westminster Abbey and virtual events on 14 March will be celebrated together.”
It further stated, “Given that this is Her Majesty's Jubilee Year, special attention will be given to the role the #Commonwealth plays in the lives of people and communities.”
While it has not yet been confirmed if members of the royal family will be in attendance, the annual event has been attended by the Queen, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex in the past.
Last year, the family celebrated the day with a special appearance on the BBC's Commonwealth Day program after the annual service was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.