Elsewhere members of the public showed their offspring surrounded by home-painted rainbows and stacks of eggs about to be delivered and gifted to NHS frontline staff by way of appreciation.
Much like Mother’s Day last month, families found ways to get in touch . In Twickenham, writer and photographer Liz Anderson shared pictures of her lunch Zoom chat with her mother, featuring a Simnel cake and a home-crafted Easter hat.
B三级成人视频onnets abounded in random acts of whimsicality that added to the gaiety of the nation.
Sheffield journalist Julie Armstrong filmed a large hedge festooned every few paces with bonnets.
三级成人视频Horses were snapped in elaborately floral titfers and hashtag EasterAtHome was marked with pictures of pets At Blair Drummond Safari Park in Perthshire, staff gave their meerkats rainbow-painted eggs filled with food while Scottish World Champion wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn delightedly tweeted her new Easter gift; a pet lamb called Ruby whose mother was unable to look after her.
三级成人视频In Hitchin, however a couple tweeting under the name Flame_and_Dame had a rather different sort of festive lamb and shared a film of theirs being cooked for lunch, outdoors on a spit.
I三级成人视频n the vacuum left by organised activities, we found our own ways, new ways to celebrate. Worshippers used to attending St John The Baptist Parish Church in Keynsham, Somerset, were among those nationwide who gamely got to grips with their first ever virtual Easter Service.
三级成人视频Reverend Nigel Williams led the service from his living room using a smartphone on a tripod.
The power of technology allied to the power of prayer. “Rather than hold a communion we invited people to take part in a spiritual communion,” he said.
With no prospect of strict social distancing measures being relaxed any time soon, virtual communion, virtual communality has become the new norm. For now.
If Easter 2020 is to be remembered for anything it will be the redemptive reminder that not only are we are all in this together, but we will overcome it together.
In the words of Her Majesty the Queen, Easter marks an opportunity to move forward “with new hope and fresh purpose”. We will meet again.