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The Queen and Prince Charles arrived for church but there was no sign of Prince Andrew
The Queen and Prince Charles arrived for church on Sunday in Sandringham – but scandal-hit Prince Andrew stayed at home.
The Duke of York was famously forced to step down from public duties following the backlash over his relationship to paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Queen Elizabeth was driven from Sandringham House to the nearby St Mary Magdalene Church with Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Prince Charles meanwhile opted to walk with sister Princess Anne.
Prince George listens to football classic Three Lions every morning when he wakes up
Prince George listens to the Three Lions anthem every morning when he wakes up, according to his dad.
The young football fan, who supports Chelsea, was snapped wearing a Three Lions shirt in his official sixth birthday pics.
Comedian Frank Skinner, the man behind the 1996 England football anthem, says George’s dad Prince William, 37, revealed his love of the tune.
When they met at the Royal Variety Show, William told Skinner, 62: “I listen to your song every morning.
“Honestly, George plays it every morning ever since the World Cup (last year).
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry get private meal on their Canadian break after restaurant declines hosting them in-house
A posh seafood restaurant reportedly turned away Prince Harry and wife Meghan on their Canada break.
Owners Pierre and Bev Koffel felt their open-plan Deep Cove Chalet was not suitable for the Sussexes security needs.
Instead the royals hired a high-end catering firm to cook lunch at their hideaway holiday home.
Harry, Meghan and baby Archie dined with up to 15 guests. It is believed Megs mum Doria has been with them for some of their stay.
Meghan and Harry had a private meal in Canada served by the team at Deep Cove Chalet
Queen serves a cold buffet on Christmas Day as staff get the day off
You may imagine that the royal family have an extravagant feast on Christmas Day served by their numerous staff members.
But Mike Tindall, married to the Queens granddaughter Zara, revealed that the royals are served a cold buffet on December 25.
Speaking on JOE UK’s House of Rugby podcast, Mike, 41, shared what happened for the royal family last year.
He said: Christmas Day is a little more quiet because it’s actually a cold buffet because they give everyone the day off, and their big day is Christmas Eve.”
It was recently revealed the Queen burst out laughing after receiving Meghan Markles novelty present last year.
This year, fans melted over adorable Princess Charlotte after she curtsies to the Queen at first Sandringham church appearance.