Photo: PA

Prince William and Princess Kate’s dazzling Christmas tree is taller than average house

When it comes to the age-old debate over when to put up your Christmas decorations, the Prince and Princess of Wales have made it clear where they stand. November is not too soon, in the opinion of the royal couple!

Outside Kensington Palace, a dizzying 25-foot Christmas tree has been unveiled! The height is higher than the typical UK home, which is 20 feet tall.


The royal Christmas tree is incredible
Photo via Twitter


The holiday update came from the residence where Prince William and Princess Kate stay when they are attending royal duties in London after relocating their family to Windsor, according to the Historic Royal Palace’s Twitter feed.

Their magnificent tree is exquisitely decorated with white snowdrop lights and silver and white ornaments. The display is nicely completed by the sparkling star perched atop the very tall tree.

The heading stated: “Rockin’ around… This morning Kensington Palace’s 25ft Christmas tree was installed! Have you got your tree up yet?”


King Charles has decked the halls


Fans of the Royals were quick to respond to the contentious query. “A little early, but I’m looking forward to it,” one replied, and the other replied, “No. November is still here “another strongly written.

If you’re following King Charles’ example, you’ve probably already put up your decorations since the monarch has shown off many of the trees that surround his royal residences.

Visitors to Sandringham House can enjoy a large tree on the property, and Windsor Castle’s trees have been removed for the season from the Windsor Great Park.


Prince William and Princess Kate have relocated to Windsor
Photo: Getty Images


The Christmas tree that has been on display inside St George’s Hall was captured in an incredible video that The Royal Collection Trust shared last week.

See also  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tipped for possible 'UK move' claims former butler

The amazing holiday decoration is decorated with 3,000 gorgeous lights, a ton of gorgeous purple and blue ornaments, and a delicately positioned angel at the top.

Get your tickets soon because the tree will be on display for castle visitors to enjoy until January 3!

Royal News Prince George Catherine