A royal expert claims that the Royal Family will not permit the Queen to celebrate Christmas without her late Duke of Edinburgh.  

Yesterday Her Majesty made a decision to cancel her Windsor Church service due to increasing threats from the Omricon.

Despite fears the 95-year-old monarch may abandon plans to host family festivities at the Norfolk estate, royal correspondent Katie Nicholl told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat that it’s unlikely she will spend the holiday completelely alone. 

One of Her Majesty’s names is Prince Andrew, who is “always by her side” and is set to be a member of Christmas Day’s Royal Family.  

Elle added the following In light of Philip’s death at age 99, Sarah Ferguson (who was in a frosty relationship) may be able to attend the festivities with Prince Andrew.  

The Royal Family will not allow the Queen to spend Christmas alone without the late Duke of Edinburgh, a royal expert has claimed. Pictured, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with children George and Charlotte at Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene in 2019

According to royal experts, the Royal Family won’t allow Queen Elizabeth II alone for Christmas without her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh. Pictured, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with children George and Charlotte at Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene in 2019 

Her Majesty, who yesterday decided to miss her annual church service at Windsor as a precaution due to the increasing threat of Covid, is set to leave for Sandringham on Wednesday. She is pictured at Sandringham with her late husband in 2019

As a precaution, Her Majesty yesterday missed her annual Windsor church service because of the growing threat from Covid. Pictured at Sandringham in 2019 with her late husband 

Katie stated that she was unable to believe that Queen Elizabeth will go on her own at Christmas without Philip. Katie spoke out for True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat. 

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward added that Andrew, 61, will ‘definitely be there, he is always at the Queen’s side’ before Katie speculated that ‘maybe now Philip isn’t there, Fergie will be too’. 

Yesterday, the Queen She missed her regular Windsor service as part of security measures to safeguard the traditions Christmas celebrations that have been held at Sandringham every year since 1988. 

It will mark the first Christmas that the Queen celebrates since Philip’s death earlier in the year. Family members have been preparing for her to gather support so she doesn’t spend the holiday alone. 

The royal expert added that following the death of Philip at the age of 99 in April, it's possible Sarah Ferguson - who had a frosty relationship with the Duke - could join her former husband Prince Andrew for festivities. The Duke and Duchess of York are pictured at Ascot in 2019

Royal expert said that it was possible Sarah Ferguson, who was in a frosty relationship to Philip and died in April at the age 99, could attend Ascot with her husband Prince Andrew. Ascot 2019, the Duke and Duchess Of York. 

Prince Charles and Camilla are the Duke and Duke of Cambridge and their children. Prince Andrew, Beatrice and Eugenie as well as Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex and their families will be making the journey to celebrate with the Queen. 

The Queen is still keen to go to her beloved 20,000-acre estate at Sandringham, where she normally stays until early February – particularly as she spent last year at Windsor with only her late husband and a handful of staff, due to lockdown. 

Andrew’s ex-wife Sarah, 62, continues to live with the Duke of York at their home of the Royal Lodge in Windsor and while he shares a close bond with his mother – Fergie has been excluded from the royal celebrations for many years since their divorce.

Though Philip was affectionate towards their daughters, Princesses Beatrice & Eugenie, he may have considered the Duchess and York’simply too beautiful’.

According to Gyles Brandreth, the late Duke decided ‘enough was enough’ when photos appeared in a daily newspaper of Sarah topless and having her toes sucked by a lover in the South of France. 

While Philip regarded their daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, with affection, he is thought to have regarded the Duchess of York as 'simply beyond the pale'

Although Philip loved their daughters Princesses Beatrice & Eugenie with affection, it is believed that he viewed the Duchess Of York as “simply beyond the pale”. 

Katie went on to speak about Her Majesty’s relationship with son Andrew, who is facing questions over his controversial friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, who died in prison in 2019, while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges. 

He is being sued in New York by Virginia Giuffre, now 38, who claims he sexually abused her on three separate occasions when she was 17 — in London , New York and on Epstein’s Caribbean island. 

Andrew isn’t facing criminal charges and ‘categorically denies’ Ms Giuffres accusations against him.   

She said that she understood Andrew to have had frank and open conversations. She said that he had assured her that he was innocent, and she trusted him. 

“I believe the situation she is in now has two sides, it’s not a one-sided affair. As a monarch, she has to make decisions. 

“Difficult choices in stripping her Son of his patronages and duties, and basically taking him out of royal life. 

“But, of course she also plays the mother role and we see her supporting Andrew.”