Christmas at Windsor: The Queen's decorations revealed

The Christmas decorations at Windsor castle have been revealed

With just a month to go, Christmas preparations have begun at Windsor Castle.

Staff have been busy preparing the castle, with multiple rooms already decorated ready for the 25th of December.

The Crimson Drawing Room at Windsor Castle features a Christmas tree decorated in red and gold.
The tree topper in the Crimson Drawing Room.

The highlight of the Christmas display is the magnificent 20-foot-high tree in St George's Hall, taken from Windsor Park.

It is an honour of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who made this tradition popular.

The 20ft Christmas tree in St George's Hall cannot be missed.
The tree also has a theme of gold and red.

Festive garlands cover the Grand Staircase, around the impressive suits of armour.

The Grand Staircase at Windsor Castle is decorated with large gold wreaths.
The wreaths contain red berries and gold ornaments.