Britain's Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge Smiles As She Meets Guests During A Garden Party Held At Buckingham Palace, In Central London
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smiles as she meets guests during a garden party held at Buckingham Palace, in central London June 10, 2014. REUTERS/John Stillwell/Pool

Kate Middleton and Prince William have reportedly planned a perfect Christmas vacation. The royal couple plans to divide their time between their respective families. They will kick-off their holidays at Anmer Hall, where they will spend time with Middleton's family and then they will join Queen Elizabeth at her Sandringham House, for the Christmas Day festivities.

According to People, on Dec 25 Middleton and Prince William will accompany Queen Elizabeth to St. Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Prince Harry will also be joining his family. It is yet to be confirmed whether Middleton's parents Carole and Michael Middleton will be joining Queen Elizabeth or not.The preparation for Christmas festivities is in full swing, at Queen's residence. Reportedly, more than 100 staff members have been preparing for days-long extravagant house party. The guests and the royal family members are expected to arrive for the celebrations on Dec 24.

Prince Charles is expected to bring his own supplies of organic food. "He likes his poached plums from Highgrove. His valet would come into the kitchen with three or four bottles of plums to be kept in the 'fridge," said Darren McGrady of the usual Christmas tradition followed in the royal family to the website. Meanwhile, Middleton's sibling, Pippa and James will also be bringing in the holiday cheer at Anmer Hall, according to the website's report. The Duchess who is currently pregnant with her second child is supposed to be spending her coming months at the countryside residence. Prince William will also soon start training for his air ambulance role.

In the other news, the royal couple recently took Prince William to meet Santa at a local fair over. They arrived at the winter festival unannounced and spent more than a hour at the event. He met Santa, animated reindeer, penguins, polar bears and elves and got a wooden train as a gift from Santa. According to Mirror, the royals were not given any special treatment at the fair and it was a "private visit". Prince George who reportedly, enjoyed his time at the fair, will soon have a sibling to play with. The arrival of second royal baby is expected in March 2015.