During the reign of Edward VII, it was customary in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as Christmas trees.

During the reign of Edward VII, it was customary in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as Christmas trees.

During the reign of Edward VII, it was customary in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as Christmas trees. Reproduction/Instagram

The Christmas tree is one of the main symbols of the year-end celebrations. But there was a time when they weren't just in one corner of the room with gifts. During the reign of Edward VII (1901 to 1910), people in the United Kingdom celebrated by dressing up the Christmas tree with all the traditional ornaments.

From children to adults, many British people have adopted this “initial look,” according to the “Boeing Boing” website. Over time, the curious fashion gave way to Christmas-themed sweaters.

Many people want to bring the symbol of Christmas to life in a fun way. See below for more examples of Brits perfecting their Christmas fantasy:

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

During the reign of Edward VII, it was common in the United Kingdom for people to dress up as a Christmas tree – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

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