The heartbreaking reason Queen Elizabeth II doesn't take her Christmas decorations down until February

[post_page_title]Bad luck[/post_page_title]
Leaving your decorations up for too long is considered bad luck by many people. Traditionally Christmas was a 12-day holiday beginning on December 25, and if you left your decorations up after January 6, you’re supposed to leave them up all year.

Bad luck

Despite the stigma attached to leaving the decorations up, the Queen is risking bad luck by leaving hers up for a whole month after she’s supposed to have taken them down. She has followed this tradition for many years, so perhaps the alleged bad luck isn’t doing her any harm!

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