George, Charlotte and Louis get two Christmases
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are undoubtedly excited for the festivities this year.
And if they do spend Christmas with the Queen in Norfolk, the royal children may find they get two Christmas celebrations this year.
Etiquette expert and former royal butler Grant Harrold explained the festive gift traditions of the Royal Family.
Mr Harrold said: “The kids still get to spend Christmas morning like, hopefully, every other kid in the country and get to open their presents on Christmas morning.
“With the royals, Christmas more than anything for the Queen is very much about having the family together.
“Having that time with them all, spending time with the grandkids and the great-grandkids, and having that little tradition of the fun Christmas gifts with the afternoon tea.
“And then they have I suppose you’d call it a ‘Christmas dinner’ as they have a big dinner in the evening, but then the next day they have a lunch.”