Traditionally, the upper classes i.e. the clergy, monarchy and nobility celebrated Christmas Day on the 25th December. The next day, the lower classes were permitted to celebrate Christmas and they used to exchange Christmas presents in little boxes. Hence, the term Boxing Day. The twentieth century saw the introduction of new feudal traditions such as 'Trooping the Colour'; the Christmas broadcast to the neo-colonies of the Commonwealth by the Governor of the Church of England – the Queen; and the Armistice Day ceremony. Royal weddings were moved from the privacy of Windsor to the public domain in Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's Cathedral.