The royal family have put up their 2018 Christmas Tree and as expected they have gone with the classic look.
The 15-foot tall tree was grown in Windsor and delivered to Buckingham Palace at the start of December.
Naturally, they’re as extravagant as you’d hope, towering tall and decked out with hundreds of twinkly lights and regal decorations including mini velvet crowns and embroidered state carriages.
While the trees aren’t erected by the royal family themselves, tradition dictates that they will add the final decorations.
As beautiful as Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace look, the royal family will actually spend Christmas where they always do – at the Queen’s residence in Sandringham.