Christmas Cuteness! Every Time Royal Family Indulged With Santa Claus
November 27, 2018 13:59 By Fabiosa
When it comes to the holiday season, the royals are no exception. They love celebrating this blissful occasion with zeal.
Members of the royal family take a break from their respective official duties to mark the holiday in private. The festive feasts are hosted at the Queen's grand estate, Sandringham, in the countryside of Norfolk. Her Majesty and Prince Philip usually retreat there, one week before Christmas, around 21st of December, to prepare for the splendid family reunion. Everything about that can only be imagined to be magnificent!
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Royals posing with Santa Claus
No one can resist striking a pose or two with Santa Claus, not even the royals. Here's the reel showing your highnesses having fun hanging out with the red-dressed wish granter. Warning! Cuteness ahead.
The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles looked extremely cheerful as she switched on the Christmas lights in Bath, UK. Yes, that's Santa who made her wear such a big beautiful smile!
Prince of Wales met Santa Clause as he attended a reception for the 'Not Forgotten Association' at St. James's Palace State Apartments in London. Oh hi! Nice to meet you too.
Sarah Ferguson and Santa Claus attended the Lady Garden Gala in aid of Silent No More Gynaecological Cancer Fund and Cancer Research UK in London. Santa seems pretty close to her!
Harry had the best solution for not having Santa in Afghanistan. He became one! The end result is adorable!
Kate is already the queen of communication and social skills. The Duchess of Cambridge hugged a young boy in Santa costume as she attended the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party. Classy!
The warm and hearty Queen briefly took a stop to greet young Santas. They presented her with flowers which delighted her. She left St Mary Magdalene Church after attending the traditional Christmas Day church service with gratitude and love for her people.
Who doesn't love bonuses! The queen had another heartwarming photo with a young Santa. She accepted a bunch of flower from a boy dressed as Father Christmas on the Christmas Day service at Sandringham Church in Norfolk.
Every year, the majestic Queen Elizabeth II interacts with her folks with an approachable conversation. This is the first time ever that she gave a speech on Christmas Eve. She talked about science and technology along with compassionate concerns in 1957. Impressive!
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