The holiday season has officially rolled in at Kensington Palace as a beautiful Christmas tree just got installed, and fans can see how it was all done.
Holiday spirits are high at Kensington Palace, 30 foot high in fact after the Historic Royal Palaces put up a stunning Christmas tree, complete with twinkly lights and ball ornaments of different sizes.
Erected right outside the Kensington Palace, the two royal couples currently living there; Prince William and Kate, and Prince Harry with Meghan can look forward to the stunning view of holiday cheer every day until Christmas.
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The Historic Royal Palaces is responsible for looking after six historical landmarks, and posted a time lapse video of how they brought in, set up and decorated the gorgeous big tree.
The independent charity also decorated Buckingham Palace with three tall standing firs in the Marble Hall of the palace. The three 15 ft tall trees got decorated with regal decorations featuring embroidered state coaches and small red velvet and gold crowns, with hundreds of white lights.
Along the length of the grand staircase, a garland embellished with red velvet bows and colorful baubles got installed for a stunning effect. All the trees used got grown at Windsor Great Park and transported to Buckingham Palace at the beginning of December.
The residence at Windsor got decorated with a striking 23 ft Nordmann Fir in St, George’s Hall on the last day of November, with a smaller 15 ft tree gorgeously decorated in the Crimson Drawing Room.
The Queen’s residence at Sandringham will be decorated by the royal family on Christmas Eve, as the family is set to come together in the White Drawing Room to adorn a 20 ft tree cut from the estate with decorations to their heart’s content.
How the royals tend to spend their Christmas has not been released yet. However, Christmas Day church service is expected to be attended by Prince William, Meghan, Kate, and Prince Harry.
Christmas evening the two royal couples are set to spend with the Queen, Prince Charles and the Dutchess of Cornwall at Sandringham House in Norfolk, England.
While admiring the beautiful tree set up at Kensington Palace, it's also easy to admire the beauty of the Palace itself. First known as Buckingham House, it was a big townhouse designed for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. It got bought by King George II in 1761 as Queen Charlotte’s private home after which it got known as The Queen’s House.
During the 19th century, the structure got expanded and became the principal residence for the British Royalty in 1837 with Queen Victoria. Located in Westminster, it is not surprising that Kensington Palace is currently listed as one of the most beautiful castles in the world.