Like many families, royalty members usually get together to enjoy the Christmas celebrations.
According to tradition, the 92-year-old Queen Elizabeth invited the royal family to spend her holiday in Norfolk’s country estate at Sandringham House.
However, this was not the case in the 1960s, as the children of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh were very small and they enjoyed many Christmas celebrations at Windsor Castle.
Since the Queen is the supreme ruler of the Church of England, it is not surprising that the celebration is very important for Wendell.
Like many families around the world, the royal family had a Christmas tree in December.
Taking into account the enthusiasm of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Queen Charlotte of George III is believed to have introduced this tradition to the royal family, which has since spread throughout the world.
Today, the queen and the royal family are finally on their Christmas tree.
The Duke and Duchess of Sasx, the 34-year-old Prince Harry and the 37-year-old Megan Marker, were found in the past to buy holiday favorites.
Last year, they bought a 6-foot Nordmann fir from the Pines and Needles store in Battersea Park, London.
It’s unclear whether Santa will visit, but the royal holiday celebrations do feature a gift – but it’s not actually done on Christmas morning.
Instead, on Christmas Eve, the royal family placed their gifts on the trestle table and released them during tea time.
Queen Elizabeth personally presented gifts to the royal family members of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
More importantly, every member of the royal family will receive a gift from Her Majesty the Queen.
The Queen will also present Christmas pudding to her staff – about 1,500 delicious foods are distributed.
This was funded by Privy Purse and accompanied by the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, 97-year-old greeting card.