The festive season is approaching and people from all over the world are struggling to decide what they like most about Christmas.
Although the royal family is not like the rest of us, they still face this challenge when it comes to the winter months, but they have a lot of fun doing it.
Instead of impressing with lavish and expensive gifts, members of the royal family have a rule when it comes to buying Christmas gifts for each other.
They simply have to exchange gifts that are cheap and cheerful.
It's more about having a sense of humor than impressing with luxury gifts.
Kate Middleton showed that she had had great jokes a year when she reportedly bought her brother-in-law Harry a bit of a wild gift.
The prince, who at that time was single after a series of high-profile relationships, his sister-in-law gave him a "grow your own girlfriend" kit.
It's a testament to how close the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are if they can appreciate a wild joke together.
Harry is also no stranger to a joke, since apparently he once gave his grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen, a shower cap that said "there is a whore life" on the front.
Last year, his fiancée Meghan Markle gave the queen a singing hamster that his Majesty loved, as did the Corgis, as it was later reported that one broke the toy.
It's safe to say that Harry will not need a kit to grow your own girlfriend this year after marrying Meghan Markle in May.
He is also about to become a father, as the Duke and Duchess baby is expected in the spring of 2019.
Kensington Palace announced that Meghan is pregnant on October 15, the day the Duke and Duchess began their royal tour abroad in Oceania.
They had an exhausting 16-day trip with a calendar that contained 76 official commitments, and Meghan had to take a day off to rest at any given time.
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Harry and Meghan are expected to join the rest of the royal family at Sandringham House in Norfolk this year, and reportedly the Queen also extended an invitation to Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
On Christmas Eve, members of the royal family often place their gifts on giant trestle tables and exchange them after afternoon tea.
On Christmas Day, he sees the head of the family in the morning service at the local church before returning to Sandringham House for Christmas lunch and the queen's speech.
Who knows what Kate will choose for Harry this year, maybe I'll give her a dad's joke book. He will need them.