Britain's Prince George's first Christmas will be "very 'Downton Abbey'".
The royal tot - who was welcomed into the world in July - will spend the festive season with Duchess Catherine and Prince William at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, where the royal family are expected to be waited on hand and foot.
Robert Jobson, author of 'The New Royal Family', said: "Last year, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge spent Christmas with the Middletons.
"This year they're taking George to join the Royals at the Queen's estate in Sandringham, Norfolk.
"It's all very Downton Abbey as the servants are on duty all night."
Queen Elizabeth has reportedly broken royal tradition and invited Catherine's parents Carole and John to join them on Boxing Day.
There will also be plenty of babysitters to look after baby George as the 30-person guest list includes Prince Harry, Zara Phillips and her rugby star husband Mike Tindall.