• Queen Elizabeth II will be celebrating Christmas at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip
  • The royal residence is already glistening with holiday decor
  • The Castle has a 20-foot Christmas tree and five other trees 

Even though Queen Elizabeth II will be spending her Christmas "quietly" and in isolation with Prince Philip at Windsor Castle, her holiday decor remains opulent and traditional.

According to Hello! magazine, a total of six Christmas trees have been set up at the Queen's English country residence, where she has spent most of her time since the coronavirus outbreak. Among the six is a 20-foot-tall Christmas tree.

This centerpiece of the season stands, in all its glory, in St. George's Hall, the largest room in the castle. It is a Norwegian Spruce that was grown on the grounds of Windsor Great Park, a Royal Park of 2,020 hectares (5,000 acres) that is part of the Crown Estate.

The Royal Collection Trust has shared a video on its official Instagram account that provides a glimpse of the massive tree that was taken down by the Forestry Team. The video shows the tree being transported to the queen's current residence, where she and Prince Philip will be celebrate the holidays in an exclusive social bubble. The clip ends with a final look at the tree, which is decorated with hundreds of ornaments and lights.

Another tree has been installed in the Inner Hall, according to Hello! magazine. Three mini-trees decorated with gleaming lights spread cheer outside the Queen's Gallery, and the sixth one is situated in the Admission's Centre.

Taking trees from the Great Park for Windsor Castle has been a Christmas tradition for the Royal Family since the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901).

The royal Christmas decor also extends to the Grand Staircase, State Dining Room and other sections of the castle. People notes that the castle's gorgeous holiday decorations can be viewed by visitors from January 4, 2021. Tourists will be allowed to take a tour of State Apartments at the Castle.

Earlier this week, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the queen will celebrate Christmas with her husband, the Duke of Windsor, at the castle. For the first time since 1987, they will not be celebrating the holiday at Sandringham Estate.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II after she recorded her annual Christmas Day message, in Windsor Castle, west of London
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II after she recorded her annual Christmas Day message, in Windsor Castle, west of London POOL / Steve Parsons