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The Queen may skip her annual trip to Sandringham – meaning she’ll be apart from Willi and Kate

One’s quiet Christmas: The Queen may skip her annual trip to Sandringham – meaning she’ll be apart from William, Kate and their kids

  • The Queen may be with out a few of her nearest and dearest this Christmas
  • Sources advised the Daily Mail that ‘all plans were under consideration’ amid Covid
  • The 95-12 months-outdated is spending her first Yuletide with out her husband of 73 years
  • A last determination is anticipated to be made early subsequent week pending additional recommendation 





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The Queen may be with out a few of her nearest and dearest this Christmas if her plans to spend the festive season at Sandringham are cancelled.

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After her ‘regretful’ determination to scrap subsequent week’s conventional pre-Christmas dinner for up to 50 relations due to hovering Covid instances, sources advised the Daily Mail yesterday that ‘all plans were under consideration’ – together with her annual trip to Norfolk.

It signifies that the 95-12 months-outdated – spending her first Yuletide with out her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip – may spend a second festive season at Windsor Castle. 

But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three kids nonetheless intend to journey to their Norfolk house for the vacations, and their plans are unlikely to change – meaning the Queen may not be in a position to be part of them as deliberate. 

A last determination is anticipated to be made early subsequent week as royal aides anxiously monitor authorities recommendation.

The Queen remains to be eager to go to her beloved 20,000-acre property at Sandringham, the place she usually stays till early February – notably as she spent final 12 months at Windsor alone apart from her late husband and a handful of workers, due to lockdown.

But a second royal supply stated final evening they felt her Norfolk sojourn was ‘increasingly in the balance’ given the fluctuating scenario. ‘Her Majesty always leads by example, regardless of her personal preferences,’ they stated.

However, so long as the Government doesn’t prohibit social mixing, the Queen is not going to be alone. 

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall plan to be part of her on Christmas Eve with the Duke of York, Princess Anne and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge was dressed for the festive season in a glimpse of her carol live performance. 

A trailer launched yesterday reveals Kate, 39, sporting a purple Miu Miu cardigan at Westminster Abbey in rehearsals earlier this month. The £1,350 cashmere high has a sample of black and white roses, with pearl buttons and removable Peter Pan collar. 

The service, hosted by the duchess, has been developed with BBC Studios Events Productions however will be broadcast on ITV at 7.30pm on Christmas Eve as a part of a particular programme, Royal Carols: Together At Christmas.

William and Kate dropped the BBC as broadcaster within the wake of its sequence The Princes and the Press, which they criticised for giving credibility to ‘overblown and unfounded claims’ concerning the Royal Family.

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