The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate will reportedly spend every Christmas with the Queen and Prince Philip going forwards.
But, have you wondered why?
The royal bride, Kate Middleton is a busy mother-of-three children. She and her husband, Prince William have Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
A brood of three is quite the handful, especially over Christmas. And where to spend Christmas is always a tricky thing for young families.
However, new reports claim the royal couple will now spend every Christmas with the Queen.
An expert source told The Royal UK: “Moving forward, Kate and William will continue to do Sandringham every Christmas Eve and Day as opposed to alternating like they used to”.
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Apparently, the Cambridge family of five will visit Kate’s parents later in the festive season. It was previously reported that Kate and William would alternate the holidays between their respective families.
Now, the decision has been changed.
However, they have spent the past two consecutive years with Her Majesty at Sandringham. The motive for this decision is thought to be Queen Elizabeth and Prince William’s advancing years.
The source said: “With the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s advancing ages, skipping years isn’t an option anymore”.
What is Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas schedule?
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The 92-year-old reigning monarch and her husband travelled to Sandringham yesterday to get ready for Christmas. It’s said that the rest of the family will arrive on December 23.
The guests will also arrive around that time, settling into the country home in order of precedence. It’s also reported that Prince Charles and Camilla will be the to make their arrivals.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan were last seen arriving for Her Majesty’s Christmas lunch in London this week.