Royal Family LIVE: Queen ‘looking forward’ to hosting royal Christmas despite heartbreak

The Queen might skip Sandringham Christmas due to poor health

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The Queen, 95, has missed multiple engagements over the last two months, since she returned from her summer break at Balmoral. Buckingham Palace announced that Her Majesty had sprained her back, following orders for her to rest and a hospital trip in mid-October.  However, a royal source told the Mirror: “The Queen has told everyone she is feeling far better of late and is very much looking forward to welcoming them for Christmas.” This will be the first Christmas the Queen will host after her husband of over seven decades, Prince Philip, passed away in April.


Prince William and Kate Middleton could welcome York sister as new neighbour

Prince William and Kate Middleton could welcome Princess Eugenie or Princess Beatrice as their neighbour in Kensington Palace, Marlene Koenig, a royal historian, told

Marlene Koenig, a royal historian and expert, suggested that either Princess Beatrice or Eugenie could be lined up as Apartment 1’s newest tenants.

Talking about the various royal residences and homes that Royal Family members own, and the difficulties around who might inhabit them in the future, she told last month: “Princess Anne’s home is her own and it will go to her kids, it’s not a royal home.

“There’s an area next to it that Mark Phillips helped buy before the divorce, and that’s where Zara and Peter live and have their homes — it’s all going to be theirs at some point.

“But other homes and royal residences, right now, it’s more about maintaining what they have.

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