Christmas is of course also celebrated in all the European Royal families! The palace rooms are all decorated and it's said that many members of the royal families like to do this themselves! Duchess Camilla invites children supported by charities to Clarence House in London, and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is known to enjoy making Christmas decorations herself.

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The Swedish royal family even chop their own spruce, which is placed in the stone hall of the palace. By the way, they are celebrating Queen Silvia of Sweden's birthday on December 23rd... just before Christmas!

In Monaco, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlène of Monaco invite children and Santa Claus to their magnificently decorated palace every year. They also distribute gifts to those in need at the Red Cross.

The British royals adhere to very specific Christmas traditions. Queen Elizabeth II invites her family to lunch at Buckingham Palace a few days before Christmas. Then she travels to Sandringham.

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Of course, they also send royal Christmas greetings in the form of beautiful Christmas cards, often with photos of the families. The pictures are usually published in the days leading up to Christmas so that fans can see them too.

The Norwegian royal family even has a photoshoot just before the holidays!

We wish all the European Royal Families all the best this holiday season and in 2022.

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