Prince William, Kate Middleton and other royals are all set to celebrate their first Christmas without Queen Elizabeth II to begin a new chapter with King Charles III as head of the royal family.
King Charles, alongside his wife Camilla, will host the festive celebrations at Sandringham, following the late Queen's tradition.
Almost all members of the royal family, including Prince William and Kate Middleton, will appear together at the late Queen's home to send the world a message of unity and harmony after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's claims about the palace in their docuseries.
Royal Family confirmed their Christmas plans just minutes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex' announcement about their new Netflix project. The Britain's new King will pay tribute to the late Queen in his first Christmas speech as monarch.
Charles, as per reports, won't mention Harry and Meghan in his historic address to the nations.
The royal family usually spends Christmas seasons at Sandringham in Norfolk. The private residence is not owned by the Crown, but the monarch themselves and was first purchased by Edward VII — the late Queen's great grandfather.
Prince and Princess of Wales reportedly did not attend King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla's special royal Christmas lunch, setting tongues wagging about their absence at the big family event.
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Notably absent from the hotel departure were Victoria and David's older sons, Brooklyn and Romeo