Christmas Break Has Officially Started For Prince George And Princess Charlotte

It looks like Prince George and Princess Charlotte are getting a head start on their holidays this year. That’s because the royal children have just had their last day of school at the Willcocks Nursery School and at Thomas’s Battersea in London.

According to Hello Magazine, the royal children will spend their free time at home with their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton. They will get to do what many other children their age often do during the holidays, like write their Christmas wish lists to Santa Claus, create festive arts and crafts and watch their favorite holiday movies as a family.

Further reports say that both Prince George and Princess Charlotte are expected to return to school by Tuesday, January 8, which means that they almost have a full month that they get to spend with their parents at home.

The entire Cambridge family is expected to join the rest of the royals and Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham Estate this year. All the festivities will take place at Anmer Hall, which is their country home in the estate. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their 6-month-old brother Prince Louis will all open their gifts on Christmas Eve. They will also attend Christmas Day service at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, followed by lunch at the Queen’s home. The Royals are also expected to tune in to watch Queen Elizabeth’s speech, just like many other families all across Britain do each year.

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