Draped in lights and extra large gold baubles from top to bottom, the grand tree is now the centrepiece of the grounds for the festive season.
A video shared by documents how the tree was installed and decorated outside the royal residence.
There are several Christmas events taking place at Kensington Palace this year, including an interactive talk with social historians to discover how the Victorians shaped Christmas, and a range of hands-on Christmas craft activities for the whole family to enjoy.
The Kensington Palace tree follows decorations at the the Queen's London residence, Buckingham Palace, and another one of Her Majesty's royal residences, Windsor Castle, which has also been decked out for Christmas.
Speaking of Windsor, this will be Harry and Meghan’s last Christmas at Kensington Palace, as the couple – who are currently residing at the two-bedroom Nottingham Cottage – will be moving to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle's Home Park in Berkshire in the new year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are expecting their first child next spring, will relocate to Windsor to live in the 10-bedroom property, which sits in the north of Frogmore House estate; a 17th century royal residence about half a mile south of Windsor Castle.