This week, the islands of 1000 islands are celebrating their first Christmas of the new millennium.
The islands are named for Princess Elizabeth, the first princess of England, and the Queen of England.
They also have a Christmas tree, with more than 40,000 lights.
The new island, the Principality of Guernsey, has been named after the princess.
It is the first time a British Overseas Territory has named an island after a princess.
The Princess Elizabeth Islands are located off the coast of Guernaland in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 130 miles north of the British Isles.
The Principals of Guarnsey, a province of the United Kingdom, has a population of around 30,000 people.
It was the first British Oversees Territory to have a princess named.
In recent years, the Princess of Wales has been a major celebrity in the United States and in the UK.
The Queen has been crowned a Dame of the Order of the Garter in 2016.
Her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, has also become a famous figure.
The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry have all been in the spotlight during the royal birthdays.
The first princess was born on December 20, 1952.