Will the Middletons attend the royal Christmas celebration? Kate Middleton is trying her best to ensure that her family of her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, and her siblings, Pippa and James, attend their Christmas party. However, the Queen isn't happy with the idea at all, and wants to convey the message that they aren't a welcome part of the royal celebration.

Hence, it's going to be Sandringham with the Queen on Christmas Day. But Kate doesn't want to go there and break bread with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. Instead, she would rather have her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoy the festive holidays with her parents in the middle-class Anmer Hall, according to celebdirtylaundry. 

This is a repeat of what happens every year. While the Queen is clear that Christmas is only for the royals, the whole royal family participates in the morning church service and then has lunch with the Queen.

As children under the age of 12 dine separately, Prince George and Princess Charlotte would not be joining the rest of the family. However, Kate has been trying her best to flout tradition, and is firm that Carole Middleton needs to organize a special Christmas feast for her with her husband and children.

Carole Middleton too wants to partake of Kate's life. As Prince George and Princess Charlotte are as much her grandchildren, both mother and daughter are trying to get the entire family to spend the vacations or festivals together.

However, they do have one problem - Queen Elizabeth.