Kate Middleton will apparently take her three children to meet Santa Claus ahead of Christmas Day.
Duchess Kate is reportedly helping her family get into the Christmas spirit. As the big day approaches, the royal has reportedly been arranging festive activities for her children to take part in, which sound totally adorable.
According to The Sun's Fabulous Digital, a source revealed, "School friends of Prince George and Princess Charlotte from Thomas’s Battersea have invited the royal duo to the club’s Fairytale Grotto in the Log Cabin." The source also revealed that "Santa Claus has been spotted already," at the local club in question, meaning that the Cambridge children should get a change to meet the big man to give him their gift lists.
The source explained that even little Prince Louis enjoys his time at the local club and revealed, "The new children's soft play area is great for happy Prince Louis, and other mums at the club are all very discreet."
While Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and baby Archie plan to spend Christmas with Doria Ragland, the Cambridges will most likely be celebrating the festive season with the royal family at Sandringham in Norfolk.
Former royal chef, Darren McGrady, told Good Housekeeping in 2016, "The royals are of German descent so they weave in German traditions to their celebrations. After afternoon tea, they open gifts on Christmas Eve, as is the German tradition."
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