Meanwhile in Good night British royals exchange gifts and enjoy a family dinner, the next morning they all usually move to the Religious Service of Christmas that takes place inside the church of Santa Maria Magdalena, located in Sandringham. However, the health situation has forced some of them to modify your plans as a precaution already celebrate much smaller parties for the second year consecutive at Windsor Castle, where currently Isabel II has fixed his residence. Circumstances are different and they have had to adapt to new needs, so today the Queen has decided not to finally attend mass. Yes they have done it in the chapel of St. George prince charles with his wife, Cornish stretcher, who went with an umbrella in hand due to inclement weather, as well as prince edward And his wife, Sophia from Wessex, Besides dukes of gloucester.
For its part, the dukes of Cambridge have been seen leaving the religious service in the church of Santa María Magdalena with her three children. The couple, who have celebrated this special day at their Norfolk residence, waved from inside the vehicle as they drove home for the Christmas meal. Prince William wore a suit and tie, while Kate Middleton, seated in the passenger seat, sported a plaid jacket, a turtleneck and a feathered hat.. Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3 they occupied the back of the car. The little girl, very smiling and sitting between her brothers, wore a coat with buttons.
This is the first Christmas the Queen has spent without the Duke of Edinburgh, died last April at the age of 99, a few days before turning 100. In addition, although her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were expected to tuck her in on these complicated dates, finally, she cannot have all her loved ones close by. Princess anne, his only daughter, is found serving quarantine at his Gloucestershire home after the positive for coronavirus this week from her husband, Sir Timothy Laurence. Those who do not accompany her are the Dukes of Sussex, since they have their residence fixed in the United States. In addition to having her plans upset, the last few months have not been easy for the sovereign, who has had to cancel several official commitments due to health problems. Despite all the inconveniences, it is not ruled out that the Queen may travel to Sandringham in January, where, if she continues the custom, she would remain until February 6, coinciding with the anniversary of the death of her father, George VI.
Apart from the difficult moments, the truth is that Elizabeth II also has an important reason to continue living Christmas with intensity since her family has grown. Over the course of 2021 she has become a great-grandmother four times more. In February August Philip Hawke was born, the first child of Eugenia de York and Jack Booksbank, while in March Zara and Mike Tindall became parents for the third time with little Lucas Philip. The two boys they were baptized together in November in the Chapel of All Saints of the Royal Lodge (Windsor) in the presence of the Queen. In addition, in June the Dukes of Sussex welcomed Lilibet Diana and in September the little Sienna Elizabeth, daughter of Beatrice of York and Edoardo Mapelli, arrived into the world. The name of his two new great-granddaughters is also a tribute to the sovereign.
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The Dukes of Cambridge with their children, and Charles of England with Camilla from Cornwall attend the traditional Christmas mass