Christmas is England's greatest celebration. Celebrate Christmas in England with a Christmas dinner with the Queen's own speech.
Before the festive dinner, all Englishmen attend church. On Christmas Eve, the main Christmas tree of Great Britain is erected in central Trafalgar Square in London.
On the second Christmas day, St. Stephen's Day is celebrated in England. On this day, it is customary to open special boxes with donations and distribute all the money to the British in need.
By Christmas, the whole of England is transformed beyond recognition. On the trees, multicolored tinsel begins to shine, garlands sparkle, colored paper in the traditional English style in a box. Houses are transformed into all sorts of shades of the rainbow, foreshadowing the Christmas celebrations. Lawns and lawns delight with various statuettes of the Father of Christmas, beautiful Christmas wreaths appear on the doors, and the windows sparkle with Scandinavian lights.
It is customary in Britain to give souvenirs to everyone at Christmas. Christmas is celebrated in England with a close family circle. Baked turkey is traditionally served on the festive table of the British. The main toast at the Christmas table is a toast to the health of all guests.
Father Christmas brings gifts to children. Traditionally, children write a letter with wishes and throw it into the fireplace, with the help of smoke the list of wishes goes to the Father of Christmas.
The children are put to bed on Christmas Eve night after prayers and stories about Christmas have been read to them. In order to appease Father Christmas, the British prepare a festive meat pie for him and put a glass of milk, and leave a carrot for Rudolph, because otherwise the children may not receive their desired gifts. In the morning, children wake up and quickly run to their parents' bedroom to come with them to the living room for their gifts, lying in special socks or stockings.
Closer to lunch, relatives and close friends come to the house, everyone begins to congratulate each other, give gifts, enthusiastically discuss the joy of meeting, and then the owners of the house invite guests to a Christmas dinner. The atmosphere of magic and home warmth reigns at the festive table. First, various snacks are served at lunch, then the main dish is turkey in currant sauce, and for dessert all guests are delighted with a Christmas cake.
This is how Christmas is traditionally celebrated in England.