“King Charles Ensures Safety for Senior Royals with Christmas Protocols.” This move was announced to protect senior members of the royal family. King Charles has announced that young royals will be banned from taking photos and selfies during this year’s Sandringham Christmas celebrations.
In keeping with tradition, the Queen and her family gathered at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk for the ceremony. This time, King Charles, Queen Camilla’s former family, as well as Prince William, Kate Middleton and many children are expected to attend the ceremony.
It was reported that only royal family members with official social media accounts could post during the ceremony. He also explained that the photos or videos will be taken by experts and approved by the Buckingham Palace communications team, adding It was clearly stated that no phone calls, photographs or selfies will be taken of hands at the dinner table this year. Only moderated and approved photos can only appear at the festival.
The move is meant to protect older members of the royal family; “this year there will be a lot of young people who like to use mobile phones to participate. It sounds funny but the truth is they don’t want photos of the king he tries to click.
The baked potato in your mouth will now be revealed on social media. There will be not only family members attending, but also outsiders, so it is important that photos or videos do not appear on the Internet.
The media reported that the royal family’s “guest list this year is very large and reports that “some people are not close to the royal people in the house. This is the first time the royal family has followed this. Official This means everyone has to be on their best behavior.”According to the information received, Queen Camilla’s children, grandchildren and sisters will also come to Sandringham with the royal family this year.