The Royal Family, Clarence House and Kensington Palace posted their Australia Day greetings on social media on Sunday, 26 January 2020.
It is also Australia’s National Day and an official public holiday.
The Royal Family
Queen Elizabeth has paid tribute to the Australians’ incredible resilience and resilience.
She was the first monarch to set foot in Australia in 1954.
Wishing you all a happy #AustraliaDay!
This Australia Day, we commend the incredible resilience and strength of the Australian people 🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/0v78YCDw69
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) January 25, 2020
‘Sending heartfelt wishes to all our Australian followers on #AustraliaDay today. 🇦🇺’
Prince Charles also spent two terms at Timbertops, part of Geelong Grammar School in 1966.
“We both know how incredibly special and resilient the Australian people are.”
— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) January 25, 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pay tribue to Australians’ incredibble strength and resilence, especially those impacted by the recent bushfires.
Wishing all of our Australian followers a happy Australia Day! 🇦🇺
This year we pay tribute to the incredible strength and resilience of all the Australian people and communities who have been impacted by the devastating bushfires. pic.twitter.com/OOkmtqOAJa
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) January 25, 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Sussx have also paid tribute to Australia Day, despite no longer being senior members of the Royal Family, including a 6-year-old selling tiny clay koalas.
Prince Harry spent part of his gap year as a jackaroo on a cattle station in Queensland’s outback.