- Christmas is just around the corner
- For the royals, it is the first holiday season without Queen Elizabeth
- That's how they celebrate
Christmas will be very special for the British royals this year: it is the first celebration without Queen Elizabeth, who died in 2022 at the age of 96. How the royal family will spend the holidays has now been confirmed.
British royal family confirms: THIS is how the first Christmas will be without the Queen
Buckingham Palace officially announced that King Charles (74) and Queen Camilla (75) are celebrating Christmas at their Sandringham estate in Norfolk for the first time since 2019. With the announcement, an old tradition has been resumed.
On the morning of December 25, the family will attend a Christmas service. Prince William (40), Kate (40) and Charles' siblings and their children are also expected for the celebration. It is not clear whether Prince Andrew (62) will be present.
As the Express reports, Camilla's children and their grandchildren are said to have also received an invitation to the Christmas party at Sandringham. Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (40) will likely spend the Christmas holidays in the USA.