Today, the royal family shared a rare glimpse of the 76-year-old’s Christmas tree at the home she shares with husband King Charles, Clarence House. The video featured footage from the queen's annual event at the royal residence, where she teams up with Helen and Douglas House and Roald Dahl Charity to host a tree decorating get-together.
Queen Camilla Shows Off Her Christmas Tree in New Holiday Video
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The tree is shown within the first few seconds of the clip, featuring Queen Camilla walking down the stairs in the background. The tree stands at several feet tall and has a combination of red and gold ornaments that sparkle under the fluorescent lights.
In the caption of the post, the royal family shared more details about the event. It read, “Christmas is coming! The Queen has continued her annual tradition of welcoming children, supported by @HelenAndDouglasHouse and @RoaldDahlCharity, to decorate the Christmas tree at Clarence House.”
It continued, “The Band and Bugles of The Rifles were on hand to provide festive musical entertainment—and not forgetting the special surprise visit from Father Christmas and his reindeer, Dancer and Blitzen!”
This isn't the first time Queen Camilla has arranged a charity event at Clarence House. Last month, she hosted a reception dinner for the Booker Prize Foundation and wore a blue cobalt Fiona Clare coat dress with knee-high boots.
Now we just want to know if Camilla has a big inflatable Santa on her lawn too…
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