Friday, November 25, 2016
Deck the Royal Halls at Windsor Castle. Beautiful Christmas Tree is Decorated at the Queen's Castle
Caption: Staff put the finishing touches to a 20ft Nordmann fir tree in St George's Hall which makes the centrepiece to the castle's stunning Christmas display
While department stores have been trying to outdo each other with elaborate Christmas decorations, most will pale in comparison to this elaborate display at Windsor Castle.
A 20ft Nordman fir made up the centrepiece of the opulent decorations, hung up on Friday, at the Queen's Berkshire residence.
The glittering display at the castle where monarchs have celebrated Christmas since the 12th century also included giant red velvet bows and twinkling fairy lights.
Meanwhile the towering fir in St George's Hall is bedecked with Chinese lanterns, gold ribbon, and even a miniature version of the Imperial State Crown.
Royal Collection Trust staff were responsible for putting the finishing touches to the State Apartments, including a giant hanging wreath on the Grand Staircase.
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Posted by Marie at 12:31:00 PM