Windsor Castle begins to look great like Christmas after a gigantic 23ft Norman Fork Christmas Tree in St. George's Hall – where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank both this year get married.
It is decorated with golden ribbons and decorations, including some of the many crown designs.
There are approximately 7,000 lights due to the disappearance of that extra celebration.
Then a second 15ft tree is placed in the Crimson Drawing Room, with scroll and roll, elements, in & # 39; to combine the color scheme of the room.
Of course, her Majesty does not do the same thing as the rest of us, but we are sure to be happy with the finished products that take 13 hours of family.
The trees themselves come from Windsor Great Park.
"The great tree in St. George's Hall is of Windsor Great Park, so it's actually grown in the ground around the castle, Richard Williams, the college student of Royal Collection Trust, said
"It's a Northman animal and it has about 7,000 separate lights, so it's an important, large scale, it has a day and a half home to make these teams very cumbersome."