Every year in June the UK marks Father’s Day, and this year the day falls on Sunday, June 21. Father’s Day always falls on the third Sunday of June in the UK. But elsewhere in the world, Father’s Day is celebrated on different dates.
What is the meaning of Father’s Day?
On Father’s Day, people mark and celebrate fatherhood and paternal bonds.
Father’s Day is the equivalent of Mother’s Day for fathers and is celebrated across the world.
Father’s Day is a chance to show your respect and love for your dad, or whoever has been a paternal figure in your life.
The origins of Father’s Day stems back centuries across the world.
But there are still plenty of ways to celebrate Father’s Day while the lockdown is in place.
Due to social distancing rules, many people will be visiting their father’s outside such as in gardens or out on a walk.
But for people who won’t be able to meet up in-person, many people will have planned other ways to celebrate Father’s Day this year.
Zoom has become a popular way for people to stay in touch during the pandemic, and there are sure to be a number of video calls taking place this weekend.