The halls of Buckingham Palace have officially been decked! The royal family shared a first look at the holiday decorations inside of Queen Elizabeth’s London residence on Tuesday, December 12. “Christmas has arrived at Buckingham Palace! 🎄,” the palace announced with the video, while also sharing a fun fact that the Christmas tree was introduced to Britain in the 18th century by Queen Charlotte, consort of King George III.
Fast-forward to present day, over 200 years later, and the halls of Buckingham Palace and its grand entrance are hosts to various Christmas trees that have been decorated — fittingly — with several crowns! No doubt Prince George and Princess Charlotte with revel in the regal holiday decor at their great-grandmother's annual Christmas lunch, which Her Majesty hosts before making her way to Sandringham for the holiday.