King Charles is restoring one of the Royal Family’s most important Christmas traditions after a 2-year absence

Apparently, King Charles views Christmas traditions as extremely important. Now that he is the reigning monarch, the king has decided to return to a royal family tradition that hasn’t happened in two years. This year, the royal family will celebrate Christmas at Sandringham in Norfolk, the private home for generations of monarchs.

Although the royal family has a long history of spending Christmas together at Sandringham, the family has been unable to do so for the past two years. The pandemic forced Queen Elizabeth II to spend the last two years at Windsor Castle. Before COVID-19, the Queen had celebrated Christmas at Sandringham for 32 years.

Just as the pandemic changed holiday celebrations for many people around the world, the Queen spent Christmas 2020 away from the rest of her family. The only member of the family with her was the Duke of Edinburgh.

Last year, Christmas plans for the royal family were changed due to the Omicron edition. Instead of celebrating the holiday with the entire royal family, Queen Elizabeth spent time at the palace with Charles and Camilla.

A royal return to tradition

This Christmas, the royal family is returning to their typical customs. King Charles will spend his first Christmas as monarch with Camilla, the Queen consort, and their wider family. It will also be the first Christmas the family will spend together since Queen Elizabeth passed away.

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Although Buckingham Palace has confirmed While the King and Queen will spend Christmas at Sandringham, it has not yet been announced who else will attend. However, it’s safe to assume that Prince William, Kate Middleton and all three of their children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—will be there. They are usually among those who gather with family for Christmas.

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Also in 2021, the Prince and Princess of Wales have gone the traditional route of spending Christmas at Sandringham. Although many royals were unable to attend, some of the Middleton family were able to celebrate with William and Kate in Norfolk.

history in the making

As the monarch returns to Sandringham, the monarch prepares to record her historic first Christmas broadcast. Most likely, the king will reflect on the loss of his mother, her legacy, and the historic reign of the queen.

The royal family will likely follow many of their own Christmas traditions in Norfolk. In the morning, they will most likely visit the local church, St. Mary Magdalene Church, and greet people in the community. After visiting the church, the royal family will probably enjoy a lunch with turkey and decorations. After lunch, the household is most likely to watch the King’s televised address.

Hopefully this holiday season will mark a return to normal for the royal family and many families around the world.

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