Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to be treated to HUGE Christmas tree | Royal | News (Reports)


Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s three children are usually treated to a huge Christmas tree that reaches heights of more than 30ft – almost 10ft higher than the average two-storey home. The festive tree is usually adorned with bright lights and large baubles.

The Cambridge family are yet to unveil their Christmas decorations this year, but they are expected to be very similar to previous years.

Typically Kate and William have a giant 30ft tree in front of their London residence, Kensington Palace.

Last year the couple shared a photo of their stunning tree, which was decorated with twinkling warm string lights, giant gold baubles and a gold star at the top.

In 2018 a video was shared showing the giant tree put in place and decorated.

As the trees are so large they usually have to be installed by a large crane, with several people required to decorate it.

The glittering tree stays lit throughout the festive period.

To date, the Cambridge’s tree is the tallest tree of all the Royal Family members, Hello Magazine reports.

The second tallest is believed to be a 26ft Nordmann Fir tree imported from Germany as requested by Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband, and was showcased at Windsor Castle.

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Even though this year will be markedly different to the norm, the monarch will be surrounded by twinkling lights, festive garlands and beautifully decorated trees as the royal household have been busy putting up the Christmas decorations.

A stunning 20ft Norwegian Spruce tree has been placed in the historic St George’s Hall, the largest room in the castle.

The tree, which was taken from the grounds of Windsor Great Park, has been dressed with 3,000 lights of iridescent glass and decorated with delicate red and gold mirrored ornaments.

Another large tree has been placed in the castle’s Inner Hall, which is also adorned with the same festive colours.

Three smaller trees line the Queen’s gallery and are decorated with glittering gold ornaments.

A final tree sits in the Admissions centre.

Festive garlands also cover the Grand Staircase, decorating the impressive suits of armour.


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