Queen Elizabeth is devastated that she won’t celebrate Christmas with the royal family because this also means Prince William and Prince Harry won’t have any reason to reunite.

In its Dec. 21 issue, Life & Style claimed that the queen was adamant at pushing through with the royal family’s Christmas festivities for the sake of the brothers.

After all, the queen plans to give Prince William and Prince Harry time to talk and sort out their differences when they reunite at Sandringham.

However, Her Majesty has no choice but to cancel her Christmas plans because of the coronavirus pandemic.

But the queen still can’t help but miss the days when Prince William and Prince Harry used to treat each other as best friends.

Days earlier, Buckingham Palace announced that the queen and Prince Philip will spend Christmas at Windsor Castle.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, on the other hand, will celebrate Christmas either at Anmer Hall or with Middleton’s family.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will celebrate Christmas with Archie and Doria Ragland in the United States.

The tabloid said that even though the royal family won’t be together on Christmas Day, they will most likely call each other via Zoom.

Meanwhile, even though the queen’s Christmas celebration will be much simpler this year, she is still adhering to some royal traditions.

According to Marie Claire, the queen’s massive Christmas tree has already been put up. But instead of using baubles, she designed it with little crowns.

Eagle-eyed royal fans noticed the queen’s little crown decors after Her Majesty stepped out in public to attend an event with Prince William, Middleton, Prince Charles, Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex this week.

The publication also revealed that the queen also spends $40,000 on her Christmas gifts for her staff and family every year.

And this proves that the monarch takes the holidays very seriously.

As for Prince William and Prince Harry, it is unclear where their relationship stands.

But according to reports, Prince William sympathized with his younger brother and Markle after learning that they lost their unborn child.

However, he and the royal family didn’t release a public statement after Prince Harry urged them not to talk about the matter.

Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers slammed the royal family for their lack of public response by saying that they seemed unsupportive.

However, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams defended the royal family by saying that the accusations are deplorable.