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The royal family is officially getting into the holiday spirit. This year’s royal Christmas tree has just been installed at Kensington Palace—where Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle live with husbands Prince William and Prince Harry—and it’s a glorious, 30-foot beast.
This video posted by the Historic Royal Palaces charity shows a time lapse of the tree being brought in, set up, and decorated with twinkly lights and ornaments on the Kensington Palace grounds.
So stunning! Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has been decorated as well, with three towering firs situated in the palace’s famed Marble Hall.
The royal family has yet to release the details of their Christmas plans this year, but Kate, Meghan, William, and Harry are all expected to attend Christmas Day church service together and spend the evening with Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen at her Sandringham House in Norfolk, England.
Meghan spent her first Christmas with the royals last year, an unprecedented invitation since she was not yet married to Prince Harry. It’s anticipated that she’ll rejoin the royals at Sandringham House this year (as opposed to traveling back to the U.S.), where it’s been reported her mother Doria Ragland will spend the holiday as well following a formal invitation from the Queen.