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Royal heartbreak: Buckingham Palace to skip this yr’s Christmas church service?

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Royal heartbreak: Buckingham Palace to skip this year's Christmas church service?

Queen Elizabeth nonetheless hopeful that each one the members of her household can collect and spend sooner or later collectively 

Queen Elizabeth is devastated over the truth that the royal household may need to offer this yr’s Christmas church service  a miss, because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

However, the monarch is hopeful that each one the members of her household can collect and spend sooner or later collectively throughout the vacation season.

As per custom, yearly members of the general public usually collect outdoors St Mary Magdalene Church to see the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the remainder of the household in Sandringham.

This is for the primary time that the identical royal custom is not going to be adopted, in an effort to preserve royals protected from contracting the virus.

As reported by Express UK, the Queen will by some means make an association for her household to atleast spend a day collectively.

The newspaper claims that she hopes the federal government will scrap the Rule of Six earlier than the massive day, which is able to enable them to be collectively not directly.

It is for certain that this yr’s royal Christmas celebrations shall be totally different than common.

They usually begin the festivities on Christmas Eve, with a day tea adopted by opening presents, in keeping with their German heritage.

On Christmas Day they delve into a standard feast with all of the trimmings at 1pm.


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