Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William, and the other members of the royal family’s staff are not thrilled to not be able to celebrate Christmas with their families.

An insider recently told New Zealand Woman’s Weekly's December 7 issue that there could be a revolt from the members of the royal family’s staff just before the holidays.

After all, their celebrations may be in jeopardy because they are allegedly refusing to isolate themselves from their families on Christmas Day.

Those working for the royal family need to be healthy and COVID-19 free amid fears that the British clan could contract the deadly virus.

However, even though they’re loyal to the queen and her family, they still want to celebrate Christmas with their families.

Meanwhile, there is also so much talk surrounding the royal family’s Christmas celebration this year.

According to Majesty magazine’s editor, Joe Little, it’s highly likely that the royal family will celebrate Christmas in their respective homes.

Unlike in the previous years, they won’t be reuniting with each other in Sandringham due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The queen and Prince Philip will celebrate Christmas in Windsor Castle. And Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their kids will be at Anmer Hall.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles will reportedly celebrate Christmas at Clarence House.

In related news, the magazine claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will no longer be placed in a tough spot on Christmas Day since it’s still not safe for them to travel to the United Kingdom with their 1-year-old son, Archie.

If the world is COVID-19 free, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would’ve been accused of snubbing the queen and the royal family.

Before the recent lockdown in the United Kingdom, Prince Harry and Markle were already accused of snubbing the queen.

After all, they didn’t have any plans to travel to the UK for the holidays. Instead, Prince Harry and Markle were supposed to fly to the UK in January for the latter’s hearing.

However, the court granted Markle’s request to postpone her hearing to October 2021. The judge said that the reasons for the request remain confidential.

But just two weeks ago, the Suits alum revealed that she suffered a miscarriage in July.

In her op-ed piece for the New York Times, Markle revealed that she was at home taking care of Archie when she felt a surge of pain in her abdominal area.