William and Kate avoid spoiling royal kids at Christmas, says royal expert

Prince William and Kate Middleton will “avoid spoiling” their kids with Christmas presents because “they want their children to feel normal”, a royal expert has claimed.

Insider Duncan Larcombe told Ok! magazine that royals George, Charlotte and Louis “certainly won’t” be lavished with expensive gifts.

He also explained the family will be spending Christmas on their own, alongside the more formal Sandringham event with top royals and festive celebrations with the Middletons, reports The Mirror.

But although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won’t be going overboard with Christmas for their kids, the same can’t be said for Carole Middleton, Kate’s mum.

She once admitted to spoiling the little ones by giving each grandchild their own Christmas tree.

In an interview with The Telegraph, she said each room has its own fir “so they can decorate it themselves”.

The future king's nan reportedly then took a long pause, before admitting: "That makes me sound as though I live in a mansion, doesn't it?"

As well as the three royal grandchildren, Carole is a loving gran to Pippa Middleton’s kids, Arthur and Grace.

William and Kate are expected to head to their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, to chill out away from commitments before Christmas day.

The beautiful 18th century building used to be the home of the Duke and Duchess of Kent.

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It was gifted to the Cambridges by the Queen after their wedding in 2011 and is five minutes from Sandringham, a huge royal mansion with 775 rooms in total – including 19 staterooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms.

Before the couple moved in, a whopping £1.5 million worth of renovations were made to upgrade a conservatory, reroute the driveway and redesign the interior.

They will then join Her Majesty and other members of the Royal Family at Sandringham House on Christmas Day and attend the traditional church service.

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