The Queen traditionally spends Christmas morning attending a Church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, alongside other senior members of the Royal Family. The monarch’s nearest and dearest then head back to celebrate the rest of the festivities at Sandringham, the Queen’s country estate in Norfolk.
The Queen has celebrated Christmas at Sandringham since 1988 and usually has dozens of family members join her for the festive period.
But this year is set to be markedly different, as coronavirus restrictions are likely to prohibit large family gatherings.
Currently, the Government has introduced the Rule of Six, which bans social gatherings of more than six people.
Further restrictions have also been put in place in Tier 2 and Tier 3 regions across the UK.
Tier 2 bans households mixing in indoor settings and Tier 3 rules out social gatherings from different households in indoor and outdoor settings.
Boris Johnson has not yet confirmed what rules will be in place on Christmas Day, as the rate of infection could be completely different to now.
But if the Rule of Six is in place, the Queen will only be allowed four guests to celebrate with as Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is likely to be by her side.
As a result, Express.co.uk is asking its readers who the Queen should spend Christmas Day with?
The monarch will be unable to celebrate with the whole of the Cambridge family, as children are included within the current Government guidelines.
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The Cambridges are currently a household of five, which includes Prince William, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
Therefore, the whole family would be unable to visit the Queen and Prince Philip altogether.
But Kate and William may decide to pop in on Christmas Day alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, before returning to spend the rest of the festivities with their three children.
The Cambridges are expected to celebrate Christmas at Anmer Hall, their 10-bedroom mansion on the Sandringham estate.
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Princess Anne could join her parents, the Queen and Prince Philip, on Christmas Day.
It would also be possible for her daughter and son-in-law Zara and Mike Tindall to visit.
But the couple would have to leave behind their two daughters, Mia, six, and Lena, two.
Alternatively, Edward and Sophie Wessex and their two children James, 12, and Louise, 16, could spend Christmas with the monarch.
Equally, Prince Andrew and his two daughters Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice could spend the day with the Queen.
But their husbands would be unable to join them.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could also decide to fly back over from the US for the Christmas period, bringing with them their 17-month-old son, Archie.
Buckingham Palace has said a decision regarding Christmas arrangements will be made nearer the time, in accordance with Government guidance.