15 Facts About The Royal Family Christmas That I Bet You Didn't Know
Prince Harry once gave The Queen a shower cap that said "ain't life a b*tch".
The Royals always send out Christmas cards featuring personal family photos.
The Queen hosts a pre-Christmas lunch in the week leading up to Christmas for all her extended family.
The Queen and the rest of the royal family usually spend Christmas day at the Sandringham Estate in the Norfolk countryside, but this year they are breaking the tradition.
In the past, when The Queen did visit Sandringham for Christmas, she often travelled there by public train.
In keeping with their German heritage, The Royals open their presents on Christmas eve instead of Christmas day.
And The Royals like to give one another joke Christmas gifts.
The Queen and Prince Phillip gift over 1,500 Christmas puddings to their staff.
Prince William and Prince Harry enjoy an annual Christmas eve game of football with the estate staff.
Prince Phillip always finishes off the Christmas decorating by putting the gold star on top of the tree.
The Queen does all her shopping at Harrods in London.
Christmas day is a very formal affair with the men wearing black tie and the women in gowns.
And the Christmas dinner menu is reportedly in french.
The Royals always play a game of charades on Christmas day.
The Queen is a big fan of pulling Christmas crackers and telling jokes.
And like many other households, they all gather round the TV at 3pm to watch The Queen's Christmas day speech.
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