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Even the royal family enjoys the holidays — perhaps even a little too much.
The late Princess Diana‘s spirit may live on to celebrate Natale through a bad habit of principe William‘s that he picked up from his mother — opening Christmas gifts early.
In un 1990 letter to a friend, Diana admitted “a parcel of any shape or form has never been safe with me.”
inoltre, she said that William, adesso 38, was following in her footsteps.
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“I fear that William has also picked up this dreadful habit from his mother, as I find wrapping paper undone in the most extraordinary places,” lei ha aggiunto,” secondo Rivista di persone.
Princess Diana (centro) with Prince William (sinistra) and Prince Harry (destra) nel 1993. Diana reportedly told a friend in a letter that she and William couldn’t help but snoop about for their Christmas presents. (Photo by Jayne Fincher/Princess Diana Archive/Getty Images)
The Christmas holiday was a special one for the young princes, the latter explained.
“The boys are thrilled at the prospect of Christmas on the horizon and have searched high and low for any parcels that might be coming their way!” Diana wrote.
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The outlet reports that the royal family generally spends Christmas Eve exchanging cheap gag gifts with one another, which Diana apparently wasn’t aware of in 1981.
The newlywed gave her sister-in-law, Princess Anne, an expensive cashmere sweater, while the princess gave Diana a toilet paper cover. Diana eventually caught on, tuttavia, and once put fake dog poo in Harry’s stocking.
Kate Middleton (sinistra) and Prince William (centro) briefly visited Queen Elizabeth II (destra) ahead of the Christmas holiday. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo – Pool/Getty Images)
Christmas looks a little different for the royal family this year, as they will not be assembling at Sandringham Estate, according to People. They will be celebrating separately because of the pandemia di coronavirus in corso.
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Regina Elisabetta II and Prince Philip will stay at Windsor Castle while William and his wife Kate Middleton and their three children will remain at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
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Il principe Harry e sua moglie Meghan Markle will remain in California with their son Archie for the holiday.