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Usually on Christmas Day, there are a lot of photos of the British royal family. When they gather at the church to attend the service at Sandringham Manor in Norfolk (Norfolk) at 11 am, there will be a lot of photos. However, like all of us this year, the Queen and her descendants celebrate Christmas in very different ways, and will commemorate this day separately and in isolation.
In the absence of any public appearance, Clarence House released a new photo of Prince Charles and Prince Camilla to celebrate Christmas. This photo was taken by a staff in Birkhall, Scotland earlier this year, and shows the couple dressed in casual clothes with a cane holding the camera. The prince was smiling and had a pair of binoculars around his neck. The duchess is wearing jeans. Back in July, she revealed in an interview on BBC Channel 5 that she was “very very happy”
This photo was taken in Scotland earlier this year, but today Charles and Camilla are spending Christmas together in Highgrove, Prince Gloucestershire. The Duchess also hopes that if there are restrictions, her children and grandchildren will meet during the festival. The couple also said earlier this year that they might make a social visit to the Queen and Prince Philip who quietly spent Christmas at Windsor Castle. . Cambridge University is currently in their home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall.
Like all families in the UK, members of the royal family are severely restricted during the holiday season because of the increased spread of COVID-19 and confirmation of a new strain that is considered more contagious. The British government initially stated that up to three families could gather indoors for five days during the whole holiday, but it took less than a week to change the rules until Christmas. The country is now divided into multiple levels, with London and the South East facing the strictest restrictions, which in most cases means that no families are mixed up even on Christmas Day. In other regions, three family gatherings are still allowed, but only on Christmas Day.
The Queen’s Christmas broadcast will continue to maintain a royal tradition as usual. The broadcast has been pre-recorded and will be broadcast in the UK at 3pm today. She rarely participates in TV broadcasts outside of this, but earlier this year, at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, she made an unforgettable speech to the country.
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