Despite the fact that Queen Elizabeth II east almost the same thing every day, she has something different on the menu when the holidays arrive at Sandringham House, where the Mountbatten-Windsors gather every year to celebrate the holiday together. What is on the holiday menu for the royal family?
There is a rumor that the pasta is not forbidden on this day, and alongside this, on Christmas Day, the royal family enjoys a buffet of 16-20 items, including freshly carved meats and freshly roasted veggies like Brussels sprouts and Christmas pudding. There is also a Christmas brunch, which has shrimp and lobster on the menu, which is forbidden at all other times of the year.
Celebration at Sandringham House
Queen Elizabeth Ii has a Christmas dinner every year at Sandringham House in Norfolk, England, where she invites the whole family to join.
Gifts on Christmas Eve
Since the Royals have it all, they like to give each other some gag gifts instead of some traditional ones. “The crazier and the more quirky is what they love. It’s not about something really amazing or a Cartier watch,” former royal chef Darren McGrady told People.
Every year, the group gathers at the church on Christmas Day for two services – a private service at 9:00 a.m. and another public service at 11:00 a.m.
After the church services, the family goes for a Christmas lunch, and after the meal, they watch the queen’s annual Christmas speech with some Christmas tea. They also have a slice of fruitcake with it.
Source: Cheat Sheet