The Beckhams aren't the only family eagerly getting ready for Christmas. The British royal family have now officially decked the halls of Windsor Castle and St. George's Chapel with stunning traditional festive decor and and majestic Nordmann fir Christmas trees, which, per reports by the Daily Mail, are specially grown in Windsor Great Park for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Official photographers captured the detailed decoration process, which included the display of several 15-foot Nordmann fir trees in the Crimson Drawing Room, and a 20-foot tree in St. George's Hall, where Meghan Markle and Prince Harry famously introduced baby Archie into the world for the very first time back in May earlier this year.
At Windsor Castle, meanwhile, a royal member of staff from the Royal Collection Trust was pictured preparing the majestic Grand Service in the decadent State Dinning Room.
Celebrations fit for a Queen, one might say.
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