Carole Middleton’s enchanting Christmas makeover for Prince George, Charlotte and Louis


Rachel Avery

The countdown to Christmas started for the super organized people among us, and the princess of wales‘ mother Carol Middleton is definitely one of those who are ultra prepared upstream.

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Carole’s own party brand, Party Pieces, has launched her amazing party collection and we’re sure her grandkids Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will love it.

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The latest newsletter explains “December 25th is just around the corner” and highlights the best of their festive lineup, including decorations, tableware and more.

There’s a range of advent calendars, to get the little ones excited in the run up to the big day, plus a whole host of stunning decorations to turn your home into a festive and fun grotto in its own right.

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You can go the route of quirky designs that are perfect for putting a smile on little kids’ faces or opt for super chic items to create an enchanting wonderland at home.

Want to prepare? Shop the range:

Increase the fun at the Boxing Day buffet with these cute paper plates. Also ideal for preparing Santa’s mince pie the day before.

Santa paper plates, £4.99 for 8, Party pieces


Festive balloons should be big this season – buy yours now to avoid the rush.

AirLoonz Christmas tree balloon, £9.99, Party pieces


Punctuate your Christmas dinner with cracker time – how sweet are these nutcrackers?

Metallic nutcracker cookies, £25, Party pieces


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This Christmas, Prince William, Princess Kate and their children will be much closer to Carole and Michael Middleton as they recently moved to Windsor. An annual trip to Sandringham is the norm for the Royal Family, and even after the sad death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, it is likely the family will join King Charles III there in December.

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