Great Britain will relax its corona rules at Christmas, but they will remain strict. For Queen Elizabeth, too, the question arises: Who is allowed to celebrate?
The British Queen is currently still at Windsor Castle with her husband. In the video above you can see the pictures that show the Queen during a leisurely ride there.
Because that this relief harbors problems, shows even in the British royal family. Had Queen Elizabeth (94) and her husband Prince Philip (99) have always celebrated together with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren at their country estate Sandringham House in Norfolk in recent years, this will not be possible in 2020. This interrupts a tradition that has lasted for more than 30 years.
At Christmas 2019, Duchess Kate and Prince William were accompanied by their children to the traditional Christmas service for the first time. Back then, Princess Charlotte curtsied very sweetly in front of her great-grandmother.
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How will Queen Elizabeth celebrate Christmas 2020?
Update, 30. November: The question of who is allowed to spend the Christmas days with her must have been bothering the Queen. But now there should be an answer. A source told dailymail.co.uk that Prince Edward, 56, and his family will be spending Christmas with the monarch and Prince Philip. And the royal family could also have a surprise ready. ‘Cause when they spend the holidays in Sandringham “Their traditional Boxing Day fox hunt could still take place so they can see family members who cannot come to them on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day,” the source said. Because hunting trips can take place legally, as they are classified as organized outdoor sports.
But whether it really goes to Sandringham is not yet certain. It was reported some time ago that compliance with the quarantine rules was such a great impertinence for staff that the question arises as to whether there will be enough staff for the trip to Norfolk. Safety cannot be compromised: At 94 and 99 years of age, the Queen and her husband are no longer among the youngest and are therefore directly part of the corona risk group.
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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle definitely not included
As paradoxical as it sounds: The much lamented absence of Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Meghan (39, born Meghan Markle) along with son Archie (1) – they are known to be in distant America – could even turn out to be a favorable circumstance due to the pandemic . It is a household that is no longer applicable, even if the Queen and her husband are particularly likely to miss their youngest great-grandson.
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