How the King and the Royal Family Are Celebrating the First Holiday Without the Queen?
Three months after her passing, King Charles III and the royal family are getting ready for a "bittersweet" holiday.
The first Christmas following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, and her family is preparing for the difficult feelings the occasion will arouse.
According to Us Weekly, King Charles III will undoubtedly pay tribute to the queen both publicly and privately in his speech.
Even though the holiday will be difficult to enjoy, according to Us Weekly, the family is aware that Queen Elizabeth would ...
...not want them to be sad or allow [her death] to prevent everyone from getting together and celebrating the occasion.
According to Us Weekly, this enjoyment will include some new, more contemporary traditions.
King Charles, 74, wants to assert his authority, and his son Prince William and wife Kate Middleton, as well as their kids are crucial to that strategy, according to the publication. King Charles also wants to make his rule known.
The royal family will pay tribute to the late British monarch, who passed away in September at the age of 96, so Queen Elizabeth isn't entirely forgotten.
This will be the first time Fergie has participated since she and Andrew divorced in 1996. According to Us Weekly, Andrew ...
...will probably stay away from any public events like the royal walk since he has just settled an alleged sex scandal.
Andrew's participation in the holiday is currently incidental for reasons that are well known to everyone, and that's how it will remain, barring some sort of miracle.