All the Ways the Royal Family’s Christmas Will Look Very Different This Year

Everyone knows that Queen Elizabeth II's preferred place to spend Christmas is Sandringham, her private home in Norfolk that she inherited from her father, King George VI.

Dozens of family members gather for a gift exchange, a formal Christmas Eve dinner and the public walk to church on Christmas morning, an annual opportunity photo opportunity for the rest of the world to check out who's walking with whom and how much the kids old enough for the trek have grown.

In recent years the now 94-year-old queen has preferred being driven to the service, daughter-in-law Countess Sophie of Wessex scoring the seat of honor next to her in the Rolls, and her husband,...

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