This Is How The Royal Family Celebrate Christmas Each Year

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Christmas is an exciting and extravagant time of year. But it’s even more over the top if you happen to be a royal. To give you an idea of what we mean, think tiaras, pomp, ceremony and, yes, leopard-print mats. Yet a royal family Christmas may not be entirely what you expect. So, as 2018 saw fresh blood added to the family, here’s what a new royal can expect for the holidays.

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It has, after all, been a very busy year for the royals. Firstly, in April 2018 Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince Louis. He was Kate and Prince William’s third child. And in July that year the Archbishop of Canterbury christened little Louis in a ceremony at St James’s Palace in London.

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The new arrival has, of course, seemingly fit perfectly into royal life. In December 2018, in fact, William and Kate released the official family picture that adorns their Christmas cards. The adorable photograph shows a grinning Louis alongside his parents and two older siblings.

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