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The Queen gave up her traditional Christmas family activities and will spend it quietly in Windsor Castle.

The Queen gave up her traditional Christmas family activities and will spend it quietly in Windsor Castle.

The Queen gave up her traditional Christmas family activities and will spend it quietly in Windsor Castle.

December 2 According to AFP, the British royal family said on December 1 that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip would abandon the tradition of spending Christmas with their families. The 94-year-old Queen has been in self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.

It is reported that the Queen and Prince Philip usually spend Christmas with other family members at Sandringham House in eastern England.

The British royal family said: “After considering all the appropriate suggestions, the Queen and Prince Philip decided to spend Christmas peacefully in Windsor Castle this year.”

After the coronavirus outbreak, the Queen postponed all public appearances and moved from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle in March. Prince Charles, the eldest son of the Queen and his grandson Prince William, were quarantined after mild symptoms of the novel coronavirus.

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