Royal Family bakes festive treats together at Buckingham Palace

21 December 2019, 22:00

The Royals baking festive treats
The Royals baking festive treats. Picture: PA

By Sylvia DeLuca

Four generations of the Royal Family have together baked festive treats in a series of pictures released by Buckingham Palace ahead of Christmas.

The Queen, the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George prepared Christmas puddings together earlier this month at the palace.

The images show the youngest future king, George, stirring fruit mix in a large bowl with a wooden spoon.

In one of the pictures, his father, William, grandfather, Charles, and great-grandmother, the Queen, stand behind George smiling and laughing.

The Royals were baking in Buckingham Palace
The Royals were baking in Buckingham Palace. Picture: PA

Another photo shows all of the generations getting involved with the seasonal baking. A large decorated Christmas tree can also be seen behind the royals in the palace's Music Room.

The puddings were baked as of the Royal British Legion's Together at Christmas initiative and will be a number of 99 distributed among projects in 2020, marking the charity's 99th year.

The armed forces charity said: "As we head towards our centenary in 2021, we are proud to start a new tradition for our community with the support of our patron, Her Majesty the Queen, and three generations of her family.

"Making and eating Christmas puddings has traditionally been a shared family activity, and we look forward to sharing these special puddings made with the help of the royal family."

All generations got involved in the festive baking
All generations got involved in the festive baking. Picture: PA

Clips from the cooking session were also recorded for use in the Christmas message next week.

Last year, the Christmas message was interspersed with footage from the weddings of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, as well as William and the Duchess of Cambridge welcoming Prince Louis to the world.

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