- The British royal family has made their Christmas trees open to the public for viewing
- Most attractive of the trees is the 20-foot-high Nordmann Fir that is placed in St Gorge's Hall
- The family will also be marking the 200th year anniversary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
Some of the things that make Christmas special are the decorations and fanfare that go with it. The British royal family has also joined the train of the season as they put up their holiday decors.
Insider reports that the family showed public images of the beautiful holiday décor, which also features a lot of green trees.
Visitors, however, can now see the new decorations from now till Sunday, January 5, 2020. The décor has thousands of tiny sparkling light, huge garlands on the walls and beautiful trees.
Most attractive of the composition is the 20-foot-high Nordmann Fir Christmas tree in St George’s Hall, a place that is only open to the public during winter.
The trees, according to the officials in the royal court, were taken from Windsor Great Park and adorned with shining glass, and mirrored ornaments.
The royal family has a lot to celebrate as they would also be marking the 200th year anniversary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
There will be a display of gifts exchanged between the royal couple during their several Christmases at Windsor.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the first lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump, shared a sneak peek into what White House will look like during Christmas.
According to her, the pictures reflect that the house is in the full spirit of the season as different Christmas trees adorn the hallway.
In one of her earlier posts, she shared pictures with the caption that says that volunteers are working hard to decorate the place for the festive season. The first lady welcomed the Christmas decorations last week on a horse.
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