King Charles’ first Christmas: Windsor Castle gets festive revamp | Royal | News

King Charles appears to be getting into the festive spirit with just a month to go until Christmas.

Christmas trees have been put up at Windsor Castle with staff decorating them today.

A 20-foot-high Nordmann Fir Christmas tree, which was felled from Windsor Great Park, stands in St George’s Hall.

Meanwhile, another impressive Christmas tree is on display in the royal residence’s Crimson Drawing Room.

This Christmas will be Charles’s first as King following the late Queen’s death in September.

The royals traditionally spend the festive period at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

They usually step out in the morning on Christmas Day to attend church.