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First Time Ratu Britain Merayakan Krismas Tanpa William & Harry

Merry Christmas.....kpd semua yg merayakan krismas pd hari ini...

Hari jom kita lihat keluarga diraja Britain menyambut hari Natal tanpa kehadiran William dan Harry..mesti Ratu sedih kan??

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Over a thousand well-wishers turned out at Sandringham this morning to wish the Queen a merry Christmas as she and Prince Philip celebrate the day without the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge or Prince Harry.

The Queen, who has been recovering from a cold, was well enough to attended morning service at st Mary Magdalene church where she was greeted by adoring crowds.

She and Phillip were joined by Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence, Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex, Prince Andrew, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor, Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tinda

Merry Christmas Ma'am: The Queen cracks a broad smile as she leaves st Mary Magdalene church in Sandringham. She has been recovering from a cold but a Palace spokesman said she had been determined to attend the service

Splinter group: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at St Mark's Church, Englefield, Berkshire this morning. They are spending Christmas with the Middleton family, Michael, Carole, Pippa and James

It was decided that the Royal engagement in Sandringham could prove a stressful engagement for the pregnant Duchess, who is still recovering from a bout of severe morning sickness
It was decided that the Royal engagement in Sandringham could prove a stressful engagement for the pregnant Duchess, who is still recovering from a bout of severe morning sickness

The Duke and Duchess were joined by members of the Middleton family including Pippa (pictured left) Carole, Michael and James

A Royal entrance: (L-R) Britain's Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgharrive for the Royal family Christmas Day church service at St Mary Magdalene church in Sandringham

The smile says it all: The Queen appears delighted as she receives a gift of flowers from two young royal fans

Christmas service: The Queen chats to Prince Charles as she arrives at church where she was greeted by over 1,000 well-wishers
Prince William and his pregnant wife are spending the day with the Middletons, in Bucklebury, Berkshire while Apache helicopter pilot Harry is due to serve up Christmas dinner to the troops in Afghanistan.
William and Kate joined members of Middleton family including Kate's mother and father Carole and Michael as well as siblings Pippa and James for family Eucharist and Christmas Carols at St Mark's Church, Englefield, Berkshire.
Each year crowds of well-wishers turn out to greet the royals as they attend an annual Christmas Day church service. People arriving from as early as 4am were greeted by crisp morning weather.
Prince Philip was forced to miss the occasion last year after he was hospitalised over a blocked coronary artery.

Princesses Beatrice, right, and Eugenie, left, hold some of the flowers given to the Queen by children attending the Christmas Day church service

Prince Charles and Camilla chat to the crowds as they arrive at Church

But the 91-year-old seemed in good health this morning as he led the royal party on a walk to communion service.
Zara Phillips wore a hat by milliner Karen Henriksen while Autumn Phillips was wearing a hat by Nerida Fraiman.
The Queen will hail the success of the London Olympics in her Christmas message which will be broadcast at 3pm.
For the first time ever it will be available to watch in 3D, although viewers will need a suitable television and 3D glasses to enjoy the experience.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said the Queen thought the broadcast was ‘absolutely lovely’, adding: ‘We wanted to do something a bit different and special in this jubilee year, so doing it for the first time in 3D seemed a good thing, technology-wise, to do.
'The Queen absolutely agreed straight away – there was no need for convincing at all, she was absolutely ready to embrace something new in this year.’
During her message, which will be broadcast at 3pm, the Queen will talk about the impact of London 2012, saying: ‘All those who saw the achievement and courage at the Olympic and Paralympic Games were further inspired by the skill, dedication, training and teamwork of our athletes.
‘In pursuing their own sporting goals, they gave the rest of us the opportunity to share something of the excitement and drama.’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge mingle with members of the congregation as they attend family Eucharist and Christmas Carols at St Marks Church, Englefield, Berkshire

The Duke and Duchess leave church. According to Kate's sister Pippa, Christmas at the Middleton family home will be 'blissfully calm'

Prince William leads his pregnant wife Kate and her brother James as they leave church and head home to the Middleton's to enjoy the rest of the day


                                                          James Middleton,

It was decided that the Royal engagement would prove a much more stressful engagement for the pregnant Duchess, who is still recovering from a bout of severe morning sickness.
The condition, known as hyperemesis gravidarum, leaves expectant mothers so ill they cannot keep food or liquids down.

The couple's decision to join Kate's parents Carol and Michael has been taken with the approval of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
They are expected to be joined at the festivities by Kate's siblings Pippa and James.

Prince William will also get a humourous insight into what life in the Middleton household is like on Christmas day, after it was revealed that Michael Middleton likes to wear fancy dress on the day.
In a recent interview, Pippa said that Christmas in Bucklebury was likely to be 'blissfully calm' and added: '

Home is, happily, where I'll be this year.'
She also said that the family was 'good at keeping each other's spirits up' over the festive period.'
But it is likely to include some high jinks, she revealed, instigated by their father Michael.
Writing in the latest edition of The Spectator magazine, Miss Middleton said: 'He buys a new costume each year and typically gets a bit carried away - a couple of Christmases ago he appeared in an inflatable sumo outfit.'

Royal service: Prince Harry pictured in Afghanistan. He is to add some royal cheer to festive celebrations at Camp Bastion by serving up Christmas lunch

The Duke and Duchess are expected to follow their stay in Bucklebury with a visit to Sandringham at some point over the festive period.
Meanwhile in Afghanistan, Prince Harry is to add some royal cheer to festive celebrations at Camp Bastion by serving up Christmas lunch to the troops.

The third in line has offered to help out by carving a huge turkey to dish out to hundreds of junior soldiers at Camp Bastion.
It is a tradition for officers to treat lower ranks to their meal on Christmas Day, but will be in strict contrast to the lavish meal the Apache pilot has served up by butlers every year at Sandringham with the royal family.
Prince Harry was deployed in September as part of the helicopter team tracking down and destroying Taliban targets.

It was a return to the front line for Captain Harry Wales, as he is known in the army, having previously served a 10-week stint from December 2007.
The tour was shrouded in secrecy and Harry was forced to return home early after news of his presence leaked out.


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