Queen missing connection to beloved father after cancelling Royal Family Christmas plans

  Daily Express 

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THE QUEEN will miss a special connection to her father King George VI this Christmas, because she will not be at the Sandringham Estate for the festive season. ▶ Full story on express.co.uk
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