• It's King Charles's first Christmas since taking the throne
  • He confirmed details about Christmas in a new statement
  • Royal Christmas returns to Sandringham and more

Christmas is fast approaching, and King Charles III has made an important new announcement.

Fans are always curious about how the royals spend their holidays. They have their famous traditions, but things were a bit different in recent years due to COVID-19.

But with just days remaining until the 25th, King Charles has confirmed: royal Christmas at Sandringham is officially on.

King Charles's official first Christmas plan revealed

Per the Daily Mail, the Palace released a statement noting Charles and Camilla will be joined by "Members of the Royal Family" on Christmas Day in Sandringham.

They'll revive this beloved royal tradition for the first time in three years. The pandemic had forced the royals to stay home for the holidays from 2020 to 2022.

Also interesting:

Christmas at Sandringham sees the royals attend church, greet fans during the "church walk," and enjoy private family meals at Sandringham House.

Royals expected at Christmas festivities in 2022

The Wales family is expected to be there, along with Edward and Sophie, Princess Anne, and more. Prince Andrew is a question mark. Harry and Meghan aren't expected to attend.

Royals watchers can also expect to receive King Charles III's first Christmas broadcast as monarch.

So, in the first Christmas since losing Queen Elizabeth II, the royals will get back to familiar traditions, to start a new era...

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