Queen Elizabeth has already informed Kate Middleton that she, Prince William, and their kids are not invited to the monarch’s Christmas celebration.

In its Dec. 21 issue, OK! magazine claimed that the queen told Middleton her decision personally. And the Duchess of Cambridge didn’t take any offense.

After all, Middleton knows that it must have been hard for the queen to decide which bubbles she will include in this year’s Christmas celebration at Windsor Castle.

Her Majesty adores the Cambridges, especially Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis because they bring a lot of joy to the household.

However, having them for Christmas is just too risky for the queen, Prince Philip, and the young royals.

As such, the queen decided to just invite Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles to the simple festivities on Christmas Day.

According to the tabloid, Prince Charles and Camilla are not at risk of contracting COVID-19.

However, this is where they are incorrect. Prince Charles already tested positive for COVID-19 in March.

And the fact that he and Camilla are in their 70s means they’re both susceptible to contracting the deadly virus.

Buckingham Palace also announced two weeks ago that the queen and Prince Philip will have a simple Christmas celebration at Windsor Castle.

However, they didn’t say anything about Prince Charles and Camilla being invited to the festivities.

In fact, Clarence House already confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will spend Christmas at Highgrove.

As of late, it is unclear if the Cornwalls will visit the queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at home on Christmas Day.

Meanwhile, the queen also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she had a good laugh after opening Meghan Markle’s present three years ago.

Star revealed that the Duchess of Sussex gifted the queen with a singing toy hamster that she adored.

The queen, reportedly, told Markle that her gift could keep her corgi's company.

The royal family is known for giving each other the funniest presents.

Before Prince Harry met Markle, Middleton gave him a grow your own girlfriend kit.

Prince Harry previously gifted the queen with a shower cap that had an expletive on it.

Princess Anne also gave Prince Charles a leather toilet seat. And Middleton also gave Prince Philip fishing flies for Christmas.

Years ago, the Duchess of Cambridge also gave the royal family strawberry jam and plum preserves.