Prince William and Kate Middleton are making one MAJOR change for Christmas 2018
Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly making one major change for Christmas 2018.
Although in previous years, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have split the festive season between the homes of their respective families, it's all going to be different from this year onwards.
It seems that they're going to spend both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Sandringham, the Queen's royal estate in Norfolk, instead of spending half there and visiting Kate's family home for the rest of the holiday.
One of the reasons for this decision is thought to be the fact that the Queen 92) and Prince Philip (97) are 'advancing in age' and Duchess Kate and Prince William, together with their three children, want to spend as much time with them as they possibly can.
Speaking to Us Weekly, a source close to the couple said:
"With the queen and Philip’s advancing ages, skipping years isn’t an option anymore".
The insider continued:
"Moving forward, Kate and William will continue to do Sandringham every Christmas Eve and Day as opposed to alternating like they used to".
According to reports, they will see Kate's family' later in the season'.
This particular Christmas dilemma is something many people will be familiar with but as long as you get to see everyone, that's all that matters really.
It's a special Christmas for the Cambridge family as it is the first festive season for Prince Louis and we're sure Prince George and Princess Charlotte are excited about Santa's imminent arrival.
It's believed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also head to Sandringham for the festive season so it's most definitely a family affair.