Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 37, might be spending their first Christmas as a married couple this yr following their marriage ceremony in Could.
Final yr, Meghan was invited to affix Christmas with the Royal Household regardless of them solely being engaged.
The couple at the moment dwell in Nottingham Cottage within the grounds of Kensington Palace.
However they gained’t be spending their Christmas of their residence – as an alternative they are going to be travelling to Norfolk.
The Royal Household spend Christmas collectively at Sandringham Home, Queen Elizabeth’s residence.
This consists of Prince Philip, Kate Middleton and Prince William, in addition to Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall.
The households usually keep there throughout Christmas in addition to New Years, with your complete household attending the Christmas service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
It has been rumoured that Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland has additionally been invited to spend Christmas with the royals.
One new rule Meghan should observe is the opening of the presents.
The Royal Household select to open presents on Christmas Eve, celebrating the German custom which was first launched by Prince Albert.
Based on the royal web site: “On Christmas Eve, The Royal Household lay out their presents on trestle tables and can alternate their items at teatime.”
It’s the final Christmas the couple could have collectively earlier than their first baby arrives, due in spring 2019.
The infant will be part of his cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis because the Royal Household expands.
The Queen at all times spends her Christmas at Sandringham, aside from a interval when her youngsters had been younger.
Within the 1960s, she spent Christmas at Windsor Fortress whereas the home was being rewired, solely to return years later.
Queen Elizabeth is part of many individuals’s Christmas Day along with her Christmas Day speech.
The custom initially started in 1932 along with her grandfather King George V studying it out over the radio on the BBC.
The Queen took over the custom in 1952 and it has been televised since 1957.