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How to spend Christmas like royalty

17 DECEMBER 2013 Prince George celebrates his first Christmas this year, but even if you're not a member of the royal family, HELLO! Online has found out how you can still celebrate in style.
 

Harrods 'Father Christmas and friends' Christmas Stocking

For a luxurious start to the day, get a plush Harrods stocking with their signature logo embroidered at the top, and see if Santa has filled it with goodies from their Christmas shop, including gorgeous beauty products and designer accessories.

Fortnum and Mason Imperial Hamper

For the royal family, Christmas lunch begins at 1.15pm sharp on the Sandringham estate, but if you don't have the kitchen staff to help, opt instead for the scrumptious Fortnum & Mason Imperial hamper, filled with mouth-watering favourites such as caviar and truffles.

After lunch, it's time settle down for the Queen's speech. While the royal family watch the pre-recorded broadcast together, it's reported that the Queen gets embarrassed and prefers to watch it in a separate room to the other royals.

Fortnum and Mason 'Royal Blend' tea, Moët & Chandon champagne

Once the Queen's speech is over, take a break and settle down for afternoon tea, a longstanding Christmas tradition for the royals.

Finish the day by popping open a bottle of expensive champagne, before excitedly gathering around the tree for presents. 


Longines watch from the Conquest Classic collection

Instead of joke gifts, you can add some extra luxury to your Christmas and opt for a stunning Longines watch, so your loved one can stay feeling like a royal all year long.

For a chance to win this stunning Longines watch click here and enter our prize draw.
 

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