Christmas is definitely coming! Legoland at Windsor Resort has created a magical experience by revamping their world famous site with a spectacular display this year. The park comes complete with tiny figurines of Prince William and Kate as well as their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte - all in Lego form!
Posing outside Buckingham Palace, the Miniland Royal Family are wrapped up in specially commissioned miniature knitwear ready to brave the cold during an al fresco Christmas dinner. The Queen and Prince Philip are wearing tiny hats and scarves, while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are dressed in suitably festive Christmas jumpers.
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LEGOLAND Windsor Resort have prepared a spectacular royal display this year
Princess Charlotte is kept warm in pale pink mittens and a matching woolly hat, while Prince George stands out in a bright red cap and a Santa hat for their pet dog Lupo. Their dinner table is laid out with a huge delicious spread including Christmas pudding, turkey and tiny Christmas Crackers.
It has taken the talented team at Legoland 306 hours to create Christmas in Miniland. The festive display will be open during the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort's Christmas Bricktacular season, which will starts on 3 December.
The Duke and Duchess will join the Queen at Sandringham for part of the festive celebrations
Meanwhile, Christmas for the actual royals will certainly be a wonderful affair. The Duke and Duchess will join the Queen at Sandringham for part of the celebrations. George, three, and 19-month-old Charlotte will be reunited with their little cousins, Mia Tindall, who turns three in January, and Savannah and Isla Phillips, aged five and four.
Although they will no doubt be treated to lots of gifts, William, 34, recently revealed that he would like his children to value the simple things in life. He said: "The materialism of the world I find tricky sometimes. I would like George and Charlotte to grow up being a little bit more simple in their approach and their outlook. I would like them to grow up with more simple aspirations."