Christmas trees and fairy lights have been going up in homes across the country this week, including The Queen's London residence, Buckingham Palace.
A tweet shared by The Royal Family's Twitter account on Thursday announced, "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas," with photos of the palace's decorations attached.
As to be expected, the Queen's Christmas trees have a strong royal theme (and yes, she has more than one to think about).
Crown-shaped decorations embroidered with the word 'Buckingham' adorn the large pines, while colorful baubles have been added to gold railings.
The festive makeover came just in time for visitors to the palace on Thursday night, when the Queen and her family got all dressed up to welcome the world's ambassadors to the annual Diplomatic Reception.
Buckingham Palace isn't the only royal home to get the Christmas treatment, though. Clarence House, the official residence of Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall, has also introduced its tree in a short video.
With its gold stars and shiny red baubles, it's safe to say this standout tree has definitely got a regal quality about it. There's no "" approach in these households.