Queen’s Christmas decorations at royal homes are more epic than ever – details



Rachel avery

Her majesty the queen will kick off the Christmas celebrations next month as its festive decorations start to go up in its royal homes – and the newly released plans look amazing!

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The monarch spent most of her time at Windsor Castle during the pandemic and even broke tradition last year by staying here instead of Sandringham for Christmas Day.

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The castle will host its usual 20ft Christmas tree in St George’s Hall for royal fans to admire, but this year there will be another impressive tree as well.

The semi-public rooms at Windsor Castle are sometimes closed to the public, but this season they’re open – and now the Crimson Drawing Room will feature a spectacular Christmas tree.


Lots of reflection in the Queen’s Christmas decor

In early December, festive decorations at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Scotland will include a 15-foot Christmas tree in the Great Gallery, along with other seasonal decorations in the magnificent State Rooms.

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Her Majesty has a 20 foot tree at Windsor Castle

The Queen normally spends the holiday season at her Norfolk home, Sandringham House, where she receives visits from loved ones.

It is believed that the festive decorations here are much more modest than in places such as Windsor Castle, as these exhibits in the residences open to the public are there to delight the crowds.

Attending the morning service on Christmas Day at St Mary Magdelene Church is another tradition that has stood the test of time for Her Majesty and her family.


Windsor Castle looks glorious during the holiday season

It is also customary for the monarch to keep her decorations until February. to mark the anniversary of his father’s death. King George VI died on February 6, 1952 at Sandringham House, and His Majesty stays there each year to mark the birthday in private before returning to Buckingham Palace.

While the decorating plans for Buckingham Place are yet to be revealed, we’re sure they’ll be just as dazzling as the other residences.

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