The Washington Post reports that the Russian soldiers who comprise the imperial body guard were “greatly delighted” to receive Christmas presents directly from Crown Prince Alexei, who carried out the distribution of gifts along with his father, Emperor Nicholas II. One hopes that this will encourage the body guards in the performance of their duties toward the Crown Price and his family. May they live long and prosper.
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