Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Princess Charlotte can now get into the Christmas spirit as her Christmas break has already started but Prince George has to wait longer. Pictured: Prince George and Princess Charlotte led by their father Prince William at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in central London, on April 23, 2018 to visit Kate Middleton and newborn son Prince Louis. Getty Images/Daniel Leal-Olivas

Princess Charlotte can already get into the Christmas spirit, but her big brother Prince George has to wait a bit longer before he could enjoy his school break.

The Willcocks Nursery School has already ended their autumn term on Wednesday. This means that Princess Charlotte’s Christmas break has already started and she can now get festive for the season.

Meanwhile, Prince George has to wait for another day to get into the Christmas spirit. Prince William and Kate Middleton agreed to send their eldest son to Thomas’s Battersea in London. The five-year-old royal will attend his last class for the term on Thursday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already started celebrating the holidays. Prince William and Middleton hosted two Christmas parties for the Royal Air Force and their families who will be separated on Christmas day.

Prince William and Middleton hosted one of the events in Kensington Palace and the other one in Cyprus. The couple didn’t bring their kids to the celebration because according to the duke, he couldn’t look after them and entertain guests at the same time.

Initially, there were rumors that Prince William and Middleton will spend the holidays with the duchess’s family to avoid another round of rift with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. However, according to royal correspondent Rebecca English, the members of the Firm, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will reunite for the event in Sandringham.

There were also reports claiming that Markle will use the event to reconcile with Middleton. On the other hand, Middleton’s brother shared a few details how their family usually spends the season.

According to James Middleton, they enjoy turkey, champagne and some wine. For him, Christmas is all about family since it’s the time when they can reunite.

Meanwhile, unlike most kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis won’t open their gifts on Christmas day. According to chef Darren McGrady, the royals are of German descent and they follow German traditions to celebrate Christmas. In Germany, gifts are exchanged on Dec. 24 and the members of the Firm do the same.

The royal family will gather after the afternoon tea and open their presents on Christmas eve. The Queen has strict rules during Christmas gift opening and the members should ensure that that they follow it.