Each year, the royal family has their Christmas traditions, which include walking to church, opening presents and attending a pre-Christmas lunch at Sandringham.
Queen Elizabeth was looking forward to hosting everyone at her estate, but due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, her plans changed.
According to The Mirror, a source said: "The decision was a personal one after careful consideration and reflects a precautionary approach."
However, it looks like Queen Elizabeth's annual speech will still take place on Saturday, December 25.
Keep scrolling through the gallery below to see the royals out and about during the holiday season!
Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice & Princess Eugenie At Sandringham
In 1999, Prince Andrew was photographed attending the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene's Church with his two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Queen Elizabeth & Members Of The Royal Family Gather After Church
Queen Elizabeth wore a fluffy hat and plaid coat when she attended the Christmas Day Service on December 25, 2010, alongside Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Philip and more.
Prince William & Kate Middleton Bring Along Princess Charlotte & Prince George To Church
So stinkin' cute! Prince William and Kate Middleton brought along Prince George and Princess Charlotte to attend the morning Christmas Day service at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire.
Meghan Markle Joins The Royal Family For The Holidays
About one month after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got engaged, the former joined Prince William, Kate and Prince Philip on the walk to church.
The Fab Four!
Once known as the "fab four," Prince William, Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan, in addition to Prince Charles, were all smiles in 2018.
George & Charlotte Take On The Holidays
They're getting so big! The couple was accompanied by George and Charlotte in 2019.
A Socially Distanced Christmas
A weird time! Due to the coronavirus wreaking havoc on the world, the royals were not able to gather last year. However, in early December, the Queen, William, Kate, Camilla, Charles, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward socially distanced outside to thank healthcare workers and volunteers for their work in the past few months.