Christmas is coming, even for the Windsors. Each year, the British royal family gathers at Sandringham for the end of year celebrations, celebrated with great pomp and tradition. On the program, exchange of gifts, tea, but also, mass, celebrated in the church of Saint Mary Magdalene, and which is the unmissable meeting between Windsors and the British, often many to make the trip to greet them to the little one. Christmas morning. But also, it is an opportunity for everyone to put on their 31, and display memorable looks, starting with Elizabeth II, who generally chooses her outfits with care.
On this occasion, it is not uncommon for the sovereign to sport colorful coats, she who according to her relatives, would already be “impatient” to prepare Christmas. Indeed, her state of health improving, Elizabeth II will be visibly able to organize the festivities, and even, to make the trip to her end-of-year residence with her family. Also among the most memorable looks are those of Kate Middleton, who every year opts for elegant coats. However, in 2019, the Duchess of Cambridge had attracted the wrath of some because of her fur coat collar, while the Queen formally forbids it. A faux pas which has taken nothing away from its impeccable style, which has been copied many times.
Meghan Markle, very noticed during her two Christmas masses
Each year, the Sandringham Christmas mass is also an opportunity to see Princess Anne, but also Camilla Parker Bowles, accompanied by Prince Charles. The granddaughters of Elizabeth II, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, as well as Zara Tindall, are also often present, while the great-grandchildren are rarely invited, due to their young age. However, in 2019, Princess Charlotte and Prince George made an exception to the rule by attending their first mass, thus making up for the noted absence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. If the latter has long scoured the services of Christmas, the Duchess of Sussex she attended only those of 2017 and 2018. However, displaying looks also memorable.
Lady Diana and her son Harry © ALPHA AGENCY