Socialites show off their VERY lavish Christmas decorations 

With most Britons staying at home this Christmas due to coronavirus restrictions, brightening up our houses and adding some festive spirit with are decorations has become even more important.

Even socialites across the nation haven’t been able to resist plastering their abodes with very glamorous Yuletide decor in an apparent bid to cheer themselves up this year.

Leading the elite showcasing their lavish trinkets and furnishings are Lady Violet Manners, Poppy Delevingne and the Marchioness of Bath, who all shared a glimpse of their festive looks on Instagram.

Leading the elite showcasing their lavish trinkets and furnishings are Lady Violet Manners, Poppy Delevingne (pictured) and the Marchioness of Bath, who all shared a glimpse of their festive looks on Instagram

Leading the elite showcasing their lavish trinkets and furnishings are Lady Violet Manners, Poppy Delevingne (pictured) and the Marchioness of Bath, who all shared a glimpse of their festive looks on Instagram 

Former Strictly star Emma Weymouth, the Marchioness of Bath, showcased her splendid festive decor in a TikTok video (pictured)

The Marchioness of Bath posing next to her Christmas tree

Former Strictly star Emma Weymouth, the Marchioness of Bath, showcased her splendid festive decor in a TikTok video (pictured)

Lady Eliza Manners, 23, delighted her 11,900 Instagram followers with a festive snap last week. She showed off a regal Christmas fireplace (pictured)

Lady Eliza Manners, 23, delighted her 11,900 Instagram followers with a festive snap last week. She showed off a regal Christmas fireplace (pictured)

Model Poppy, 34, who shared a stunning snap of her Christmas decor to her social media account this week, ensured her tree was the main event.

Filled with plenty of dazzling lights, red bows and dainty ornaments, the eye-catching festive piece offered a masterclass in winter style.

The actress posted the snap with the caption: ‘It might not feel like Christmas now, but home certainly looks the part,’ before encouraging her followers to keep ‘smiling through this tricky time.’

But that wasn’t the only enviable tree to fill newsfeeds this season, with Lady Violet Manners, 27, daughter of Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland, highlighting the spectacular tree found at her family’s estate Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire. 

She shared the image with some lovely news, writing: ‘So so exciting that after much back and forth with the local council, Belvoir Castle has been given the go ahead to welcome families to enjoy a safe festive experience at Belvoir.’ 

Lady Violet Manners, 27, daughter of Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland, shared the spectacular tree found at her family's estate Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire (pictured)

Lady Violet Manners, 27, daughter of Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland, shared the spectacular tree found at her family’s estate Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire (pictured)

Elsewhere, Lydia Forte, 33, who is the daughter of the hotelier Sir Rocco, whose company owns the Balmoral Hotel as well as several others around Europe, Russia and South Africa, shared a snap of the festive decor at one of the family's hotels (pictured)

Elsewhere, Lydia Forte, 33, who is the daughter of the hotelier Sir Rocco, whose company owns the Balmoral Hotel as well as several others around Europe, Russia and South Africa, shared a snap of the festive decor at one of the family’s hotels (pictured)

The castle’s attention-grabbing centrepiece was jam-packed with elegant decorations to fit the owl theme.

Violet’s sister Lady Eliza Manners, 23, also delighted her 11,900 Instagram followers with a festive snap last week.

She showed off a regal Christmas fireplace, adorned with a sparkling garland, found in her Belvoir Castle home.

Often ahead of the trend, former Strictly star Emma Weymouth, the Marchioness of Bath, showcased her splendid festive decor in a TikTok video earlier this month. 

She revealed a dazzling red-themed Christmas tree at Longleat House, while matching her glamorous outfit to the piece. 

Elsewhere, George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, 28, captured the Blenheim Palace vibrant light display, sharing it with his Instagram followers (pictured)

Elsewhere, George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, 28, captured the Blenheim Palace vibrant light display, sharing it with his Instagram followers (pictured)

Tamara Beckwith showed off a glamorous festive table to her Instagram followers, complete with striking red flowers for her centrepiece, candles and nutcrackers (pictured)

Tamara Beckwith showed off a glamorous festive table to her Instagram followers, complete with striking red flowers for her centrepiece, candles and nutcrackers (pictured)

‘If only installing a tree was this easy,’ she joked after sharing a clip of the decoration instantly being furnished. ‘Kept the boys and me busy for hours,’ she added. 

Elsewhere, Lydia Forte, 33, who is the daughter of the hotelier Sir Rocco, whose company owns the Balmoral Hotel as well as several others around Europe, Russia and South Africa, shared a snap of the festive decor at one of the family’s hotels.

Sitting on an elegant wooden table, a red and gold display offers a stunning view – filled with candles, plants and heart ornaments.

Lydia, who posted the stunning photo yesterday, is also a close friend of Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice and a regular on the London social scene. 

Joining the aristocrats showcasing their festive furnishings was Lady Bamford, who shared a snap of Daylesford Farm’s cosy Cotswolds inn, The Wild Rabbit, and its outdoor Christmas trees.

Jade Holland Cooper, the founder and owner of Holland Cooper Clothing, also delighted fans with snaps of her lavish Christmas decorations (pictured)

Jade Holland Cooper, the founder and owner of Holland Cooper Clothing, also delighted fans with snaps of her lavish Christmas decorations (pictured)

Joining the aristocrats showcasing their festive furnishings was Lady Bamford, who shared a snap of Daylesford Farm's cosy Cotswolds inn, The Wild Rabbit, and its outdoor Christmas trees (pictured)

Joining the aristocrats showcasing their festive furnishings was Lady Bamford, who shared a snap of Daylesford Farm’s cosy Cotswolds inn, The Wild Rabbit, and its outdoor Christmas trees (pictured)

Elsewhere, George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, 28, captured the Blenheim Palace vibrant light display, sharing it with his Instagram followers.

Jade Holland Cooper, the founder and owner of Holland Cooper Clothing, also delighted fans with snaps of her lavish Christmas decorations.

She boasted a towering tree, filled with elegant trinkets, which is thought to have been placed in her Cotswolds mansion, where she lives with her husband, Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton and new baby, Saphaïa.

Meanwhile, 90s It girl Tamara Beckwith may be know for being at the most popular and lavish parties around, but it seems she’s fully welcoming staying at home.

She showed off a glamorous festive table to her Instagram followers, complete with striking red flowers for her centrepiece, candles and nutcrackers.

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