According to a source, the Royal Family is'starting fresh' this Christmas after a difficult year.
The Royal family is looking forward to the fast-approaching festive season and'starting fresh' as they ring in the new year, according to an insider.
Princess Charlotte and her brothers, Prince George and Prince Lois, have expressed their joy at seeing their great-grandmother again.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the usual celebrations over the last two years have had to be rescheduled.
"Having considered all appropriate advice, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have decided to spend Christmas quietly in Windsor this year," a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said earlier.
The couple will be joined by Prince William and Duchess Kate, Prince George 8, Princess Charlotte 6, and Prince Louis 3, according to US Weekly.
"[William and Kate] are looking forward to a fresh start in the New Year, with a transition of responsibility â they're taking on additional charity work, attending more events and making appearances, even a royal tour in the works, and, of course, they're heavily involved in the Platinum Jubilee," they said.
After Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle stepped down from their Royal roles last year, the two are taking on more responsibilities.
Following the official announcement, the Sussexes gave a candid interview in which Meghan discussed her relationship with her sister-in-law Kate and how false reports had strained it.
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"Since [Lilibet] was born, Kate has been reaching out to Meghan a lot more, sending [notes and] gifts and trying to build up a relationship," an insider revealed.
"The firm has been instructing employees to reach out to Harry and Meghan more to soften their stance."
With their annual Christmas card, William, 39, and Kate, 37, have recently revealed how they are ringing in the holidays.
They captioned the family photo on Instagram on Friday, December 10: "Delighted to share a new image of the family, which appears on this year's Christmas card."