Queen Elizabeth has been devastated by the fact that the royal family may have to leave the Christmas church service this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
However, the monarch hopes that all members of her family can gather and spend a day together during the holiday season.
Traditionally, members of the public usually gather in front of St Mary Magdalene Church each year to see the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the rest of the family in Sandringham.
This is the first time the same royal tradition has been disregarded in order to protect royal kingdoms from contracting the virus.
As reported by Express UK, the queen will somehow arrange for her family to spend at least one day together.
The newspaper claims that it hopes that the government will repeal Rule six before the big day, which will allow them to be together in some way.
It is certain that this year’s royal Christmas celebrations will be different from the usual.
They normally start the Christmas Eve festivities with afternoon tea followed by the opening of gifts, in accordance with their German heritage.
At Christmas they embarked on a traditional holiday with all the decorations at 1 p.m.