Traditionally, the royal family gathers Eva to open gifts, a custom not common to English, but typical of the Germans, from which the queen is drawn. "The royal house has German descendants, so they also have German traditions. After afternoon tea they opened up gifts at Eva," a former employee explained, according to mirror.co.uk.
But Kate Middleton admitted, before Christmas, that George and Charlotte did not follow that tradition. The Duchess of Cambridge told the young men that they woke up early in the morning of December 25 to open their gifts and claim that they were not in the Eve meeting.
Usually the little ones do not come for Christmas. Williams' first appearance in the church was five years old, and Harry is seven, so George and Charlotte still have some years to pay attention to this tradition.
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As every year, the entire royal family attended Christmas Eve. The surprise, however, was that Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton joined each other, even though it was rumored that they could not bear. Well ordered, the two Duchesses laughed and joked together, a clear sign that they had nothing to share.
However, Prince Phillip missed the job, as the royal house said he felt good and just wanted to relax, but also Camilla Parker-Bowles, who is cool.