Protecting her family is her priority, which is why Queen Elizabeth II made the toughest decision: to cancel the Christmas celebration in Sandringham. This decision is made after a hard year marked by her health problems and the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
The rapid advance of the omniron variant forced the Queen to announce that for the second year, which will spend the holidays at Windsor Castle, this is not the only modification that the royal family made to their Christmas, a few days ago they had also communicated that the family lunch was canceled before the holidays that is usually held at Buckingham Palace.
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Accustomed to spending Christmas at the Norfolk estate in Sandringham, Prince William’s grandmother will now be confined again to Windsor, the same place where she celebrated the dates last year in the company of her husband, something she will no doubt miss this year.
It is a personal decision made after “much thought” and reflects the current “cautious approach” of the British royal family, a source close to the royal family told People magazine.