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US News Christmas in Windsor: The Queen is already so festive to

16:10  03 december  2020
16:10  03 december  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Windsor Castle has already been decorated for the festive season, including the erection of this 20-foot treeCredit: PA:Press Association. We shared how the Queen has been left upset after servants refuse to work for her over Christmas in four-week Covid bubble.

The Queen has revealed her Christmas plansCredit: Getty Images - Getty. She will spend the day with Philip at Windsor Castle. A spokesperson said: "Having considered all the appropriate advice, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have decided that this year they will spend Christmas quietly in

Queen Elizabeth II (94) and Prince Philip (99) spend Christmas this year at Windsor Castle for once. And it's already festive there. The residence was decorated with numerous lights, festive garlands and Christmas trees. Part of the site is also open to visitors, but the Queen's private apartments are not open to visitors.

Queen Elizabeth II. bei einer ihrer Weihnachtsansprachen © imago images / i Images Queen Elizabeth II at one of her Christmas speeches

The "Royal Collection Trust" shows a video on its website, in which the Christmas castle in Windsor can be seen. In addition to baubles, small crowns hang on the Christmas tree in St. George's Hall as jewelry. On Instagram you can also see how an imposing tree is felled and brought to Windsor Castle, where it shines, adorned with hundreds of pendants and lights.

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The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend a "quiet" Christmas at Windsor Castle, rather than at their Sandringham estate, as they traditionally do with their wider family. Typically on 25 December, the royals attend a festive service at St. Mary Magdalene church in Sandringham, where

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend Christmas at Windsor Castle and not Sandringham as is their usual tradition, Buckingham Palace The announcement follows earlier speculation about where the Queen and the duke would spend the festive period, in light of Christmas coronavirus

Christmas under corona conditions

Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will be spending Christmas at Windsor Castle instead of their Sandringham country estate in Norfolk for the first time in decades due to the coronavirus pandemic. And that without her family, as a spokeswoman for Buckingham Palace announced according to British media reports: "After considering all the appropriate recommendations, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have decided that they will spend Christmas this year in Windsor in peace." There the royal couple lives in isolation to protect themselves from the virus. The Queen has only attended a few public appointments since the outbreak of the pandemic.

The royal family spent many Christmases at Windsor Castle when the Queen's children - Prince Charles, 72, Princess Anne (70), Prince Andrew (60) and Prince Edward (56) - were young. The Royal Family has traditionally celebrated Christmas and New Years in Sandringham since the 1980s.

Prince William: His words to the Queen go to the heart .
The " Christmas Express" tour by Prince William (38) and Duchess Kate (38, nee Kate Middleton) had a very special end of the line . At the end of their train journey through Great Britain they went to Windsor Castle, where Prince William met his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth (94), again after a long time. How close their relationship is was revealed when they said goodbye. You can see the touching reunion of the Royal Family in the video above. And the Queen particularly stood out.

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