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when the London News printed an engraving showing Star Wars My Patronus is a Baby Yoda shirt Queen Victoria and her husband Albert, with their tree, in the palace. Victoria was of German descent and reportedly had a small tree in her room, at Christmas, as a child. But that was a fairly private practice. After she and Albert were married, and Albert was having difficulty feeling accepted in his new country (Albert was born and raised in what is now Bavaria, Germany), she told Albert to decorate the palace, at Christmas, in the way he was accustomed. That tradition spread and became the norm across much of western societies, and remains so to this day.