Kate Middleton, Prince William Dress-Up Silly In Wax Museum For Charity; Couple Keeps Family Traditions Through Holidays

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Kate Middleton and Prince William Dress-Up Silly In Wax Museum For Charity; Keeping Family Traditions Through Holidays

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wax figures were clothed in funny Christmas sweaters for Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum charity event. According to the reports, the British Royal Family replicas were dressed hilariously at the said museum in London. The wax figures of the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, can be seen at the museum for the whole month of December.

The Royal family was pleased when they were asked to be involved in the charity event. The British royal wax figures have been dressed in Christmas sweaters as part of Britain’s Christmas Jumper Day. This is to encourage people to wear festive sweaters and donate to the “Save the Children” charity this Christmas season.

Moreover, on Dec. 16, 2016, Madame Tussaud’s and the “Save the Children” charity encouraged the people to dress up and have fun in their funniest Christmas knitwear. The proceeds are to help the children get an education, psychological support, and shelters all over the United Kingdom.

Kate Middleton and Prince William Joins the Royal Family in Holiday Traditions

Also this December, the British Royal family will celebrate their annual Royal Christmas Festival in the course of two days as part of a unique tradition. According to Kensington Palace, the royal family spends their annual Christmas gathering at Sandringham House instead of the Buckingham Palace. Before the holiday, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip leave the Palace and usually, travel by public train.

The royal family, as well as the extended clan, exchange humorous gifts instead of expensive jewelry on Christmas Eve. Prince William and his brother Prince Harry play football and the whole family eat dinner together. On Christmas day, the royalties attend two church services in the morning. After church, the royal family eats lunch in the Red Drawing Room at Sandringham. Then at three in the afternoon, Queen Elizabeth’s annual Christmas address to the nation is aired and the whole family gathers to watch it.

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