Queen Camilla (76) will continue to hold on to a beloved tradition in 2023. On December 6th, she welcomed several seriously ill children to her London residence, Clarence House, to decorate a Christmas tree with them, among other things. There was also a visit from Santa Claus with his reindeer, which the children were also allowed to feed.
No upscale menu was served to strengthen us, but rather sausages with mashed potatoes and a broccoli crown. In addition, the table was festive and decorated with all sorts of sweets, as shown in a clip posted by the palace on King Charles III's Instagram account. (75) and his wife Camilla. The military band Band and Bugles of The Rifles provided the musical accompaniment, while Camilla also received a gift and a hug from one of the girls invited.
“Christmas is just around the corner,” says the excerpts from the little party. The Queen continued her tradition of welcoming children to Clarence House, who, along with their families, were supported by the Helen charities
The Royals' Christmas, however, will probably be a little different this year than before. According to British media reports, Queen Camilla's children and grandchildren will also be invited to the royal family's traditional Christmas meeting in Sandringham for the first time in 2023.