The Royal Family's Christmas won't include Prince William, Duchess Kate, and their three kids this year. The Cambridge family's plans were revealed this week, and they are spending Christmas Day with the Middletons.
This Is Where William And Kate Are Spending Christmas
While the royals are in Windsor, William and Kate have chosen to stay in Norfolk over the holidays. They'll welcome members of the Middleton family to their home, Anmer Hall, reported The Daily Mail.
It's unclear, however, which of Kate's relatives — like her parents Michael and Carole, or siblings James and Pippa — will join them. But Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be there with their parents.
Prince William and Duchess Kate likely would've connected with the royals in Norfolk, but the Queen and her family chose not to go to Sandringham this year due to COVID-19.
But, according to The Mirror, the Cambridge family plans to see the Queen sometime next week. They just won't be together over the Christmas weekend.
Instead, the Queen will be joined by Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, and other relatives may stop by in Windsor.
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