This year, Christmas plans fell through for families around the world. Even Queen Elizabeth II, who usually celebrates with her family in Scotland, had to reschedule.

However, the Queen will not spend Christmas all alone. As the Daily Mail reports, the Palace has confirmed that Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla will keep her company.

COVID-19: Queen Elizabeth changes plans for Christmas

Furthermore, Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson could stop by the party. Their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are possible guests, but they now have families of their own and may spend the holidays away from the royals.

Prince Edward his wife Sophie and their two children are also expected to attend the celebration. Unfortunately, Princess Anne and her family can't go because her husband got COVID-19. It's unlikely that Prince William will drop by with his family.

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Only a few days ago it became known that Queen Elizabeth would not be able to celebrate Christmas in Sandringham this year.

Because of the coronavirus situation, she decided not to travel to Scotland and instead stayed in Windsor, where she was inviting her children this year.

It will also be her first Christmas without Prince Philip, who died in April at the age of 99. So it's good that the Queen doesn't have to spend the holidays alone.

How is the Royal Family spending Christmas 2021?

As for the rest of the Royal Family, they are extremely cautious about their Christmas plans. William and Kate could enjoy family time with their children or join the Middleton family's celebration.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are with their son Archie and daughter Lilibet in the US, where they will stay for the holidays. By the way, the couple just released their Christmas card, which includes a first photo of baby Lili.

Like last year, the Queen will likely go to church this year, though not in public. In 2020, the Queen is said to have attended a private service on her property to avoid large crowds.

Most royal holiday traditions have been cancelled, but you can still count on the Queen making her annual Christmas address.