The Duchess of Cambridge gave her brother-in-law a "Grow a Girlfriend" -kit just before Harry met his wife Meghan Markle. It is said that the joke shows how close Kate and Harry are. Kate will have to go back to the drawing board this year when she thinks of a gift for Harry.
But the Windsors are all of the opinion that they have one rule when buying gifts – they must be cheap and cheerful.
It is said that Harry even gave his grandmother the queen a shower cap with "is not life a bitch" at the front.
It is also assumed that Meghan Markle gave Her Majesty a hilarious gift – a singing toy hamster.
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Harry and Meghan were married in May, so it is unlikely that he will receive a similar set this year.
The royal couple expect their first child in the spring of 2019.
Meghan's pregnancy was announced on October 15, the day the Duke and Duchess began their royal journey to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand.
Members of the royal family are always said to apply a sense of humor when buying their gifts.
This year they will exchange Christmas presents at Sandringham House in Norfolk, the traditional location for the Windsors to celebrate the holidays.
In the sixties, Christmas was often spent at Windsor Castle when Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Princess Anne and Princess Margaret were younger.
But after Windsor Castle was rewired in 1988, the members of the royal family moved their Christmas party to Sandringham.
According to the royal tradition, Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III, introduced the Christmas tree every December to the royal family.
The royal family presents their presents on the trestle tables and exchanges presents at tea time.
In the morning they go to church in Sr Maria Magdalena, a 16th-century church with a Florentine marble font, a Greek 9th-century typeface and 500 years old stained glass.
St Mary Magdalene was previously visited by Queen Victoria's great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.
In the run up to Christmas, the Queen and Prince Philip sent up to 750 Christmas cards, usually with a photograph of the royal family.
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This year, the queen reportedly invited Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, to take part in the celebrations.