The High Street Fashion Diary

The Royal Family Christmas celebrations are like any ordinary day for the Royal Family. Because there are so many events to attend, planning outfits with military precision is the key for all such events and royal events for Christmas are no different.

A formal black-tie dinner on Christmas Eve hasn’t been put in the pipeworks for the Royal Family as of yet, but come Christmas Day there has been expectations of seeing a brisk walk upto church for Prince George, while Boxing Day for the Royal Family means the traditional pheasant shoot, in formal country attire.

The Royal Family Christmas celebrations are like any ordinary day for the Royal Family. Because there are so many events to attend, planning outfits with military precision is the key for all such events and royal events for Christmas are no different.

A formal black-tie dinner on Christmas Eve hasn’t been put in the pipeworks for the Royal Family as of yet, but come Christmas Day there has been expectations of seeing a brisk walk upto church for Prince George, while Boxing Day for the Royal Family means the traditional pheasant shoot, in formal country attire.

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