How Many of These Royal Christmas Traditions Do You Practise?

How many of these royal christmas traditions do you practise?

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‘How Many of These Royal Christmas Traditions Does Your Family Practise?’

Every family has their Christmas traditions, and the Royal Family are no exception.

From charades and football, to black-tie dinners – these are just some of the ways the Royals celebrate during the festive season.

How many of these traditions does your family practise? Let us know in the comments!

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The official Royal Family Channel on YouTube describes itself as “home to Royal news, videos and those classic moments we want to see again.”

They post relatively short video snippets from recent royal events, as well as historical and archive footage when relevant to present times.

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