the Queen of Great Britain will spend christmas-tide in the bosom of the family in Sendrinhem - a housethe Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth the Second will spend christmas-tide in the bosom of the family in the private house - Sendrinhem - a house in a county Norfolk. ABT it " News " have informed on Monday in the Buckingham palace.
according to the employee of a royal palace, last 15 years Elizabeth together with the spouse the duke Edinburgh immutably meet Christmas on Sendrinhem - a house which is near to east coast of England. Before the Windsor palace which is country residence of the British monarch was a traditional venue of christmas-tide.
at a Christmas fur-tree in Norfolk four children of the monarch - princes Charles, Andrew, Edward, the princess Anna, and also grandsons of the monarch, predictably, will gather.
as have explained in the Buckingham palace, Christmas MTG is especially private action of head of the British holy table. Therefore ABT its details, as a rule, it is a little known. Usually on the eve of Christmas the monarch and members of royal family 2GETHR visit church. It is known that the queen 2 spends New year in Sendrinhem - a house in which annually is prior to the beginning of February.
on the eve of christmas-tide the British press has started talking ABT deterioration of health 81 - the summer duke Edinburgh. The British journalists have noticed that the married couple has visited past Sunday church in Sendrinheme, avoiding unlike last years dialogue with local residents which always gather, that privetstvat the monarch. However the Buckingham palace has officially denied these guesses of journalists, having declared on Monday that the spouse of the queen abides in Gud health.
W Sendrinhem - the house which is in vladeniie the British monarchs since 1862, at Elizabeth connects many memoirs. In it her father - king George VI who has died on February, 6th, 1952 has spent last hours lives. Elizabeth the Second, ascended to a holy table after death of the father, marks every anniversary that sad day Sendrinhem - a house in a narrow circle of members of royal family.