The British 'royal family' sports adorable Christmas sweaters for charity

Thursday, December 08, 2016 11:18AM
A dog owner tells her Pembrokeshire Welsh Corgi to 'stay' as four Corgi dogs pose next to wax work models of the British Royal family wearing colorful Christmas themed jumpers. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)
Two Welsh Pembrokeshire Corgi dogs sit on a chair in front of wax work models of the British Royal family wear colorful Christmas themed jumpers for a charity campaign. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)
Welsh Pembrokeshire Corgi pose with wax models of the British Royal family wearing colorful Christmas themed jumpers for a charity campaign. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)
Welsh Pembrokeshire Corgi pose with wax models of the British Royal family wearing colorful Christmas themed jumpers for a charity campaign. (Alastair Grant/AP Photo)
Here's a royally festive sight: Queen Elizabeth and her family in Christmas sweaters.

The British royal wax figures have been dressed in Christmas sweaters, resulting a hilarious and festive tableau at Madame Tussauds in London. The figure of Queen Elizabeth is clad in a corgi-themed sweater, surrounded by her beloved corgis. The museum said real dogs in Christmas sweaters joined the Queen for the photo op.

Welsh Pembrokeshire Corgi pose with wax models of the British Royal family wearing colorful Christmas themed jumpers for a charity campaign.


Replicas of Kate Middleton and husband Prince William, meanwhile, are looking cozy while sharing a two-person sweater. Also part of the scene are Prince Philip, Prince Harry, Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

The royal family signed off on the exhibit, according to the museum. The attraction is part of Britain's "Christmas Jumper Day," in which people are encouraged to wear festive sweaters and donate to the charity Save the Children.

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