How the Royal Family Celebrated Christmas 2018

Pic Kensington Palace  PA

Pic Kensington Palace PA

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Kate Middleton while walking to the service.

Queen Elizabeth II has spent the festive period, as she always does, with her family at Sandringham, in Norfolk, where the royal family attended a church service on Christmas Day.

The Duchess of Sussex dressed in a navy blue Victoria Beckham coat, priced at £2,250, with a matching £1,550 leather bag and £1,550 black boots by the same designer.

According to a German tradition introduced by Prince Albert, the Royal Family exchange gifts, which are then laid out on tables to be opened on Christmas Day.

British tabloids have been dominated by gossipy stories claiming that Kate, 36, and Meghan, 37, don't get along, or that Will, 36, and Harry, 34, are on the outs, or that relations are so bad that Harry and Meghan are moving away from the Cambridges at Kensington Palace to live in Windsor.

And Kate confessed to a royal fan that Prince George and Princess Charlotte had been up "very early" opening their presents.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex leave after attending Christmas Day Church service.




The Duchess of Cornwall is believed to be recovering from a heavy cold that forced her to miss an appearance at last week's Olympia Horse Show.

The duke's daughter, Princess Eugenie, who, like Harry and Meghan, married this year, arrived with her new husband, Jack Brooksbank.

The Queen arrived in a limousine to cheers from the crowds but her husband, Prince Philip, was not with her.

The Royal Family will take part in a traditional Sandringham Boxing Day shoot later today.

When the duchess and her children left the store, a "fleet" of Range Rovers were parked outside waiting outside for them, she added.

She said the photo was like a "lottery win" after she posted it on social media and it went viral.

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