you just said something contradictory here...since you said that you like christmas (no matter what reason) that makes you a religious person, like the most of secular religious people world wide...if you are spiritual person, you wouldn't have any sympathies towards pagan religious holidays...so, you better do some howork! ..and btw...she is truly amazing photogenic princess!
One can like a holiday that has less and less to do with religion every year without being a religious person. To me, it's about family. Not about the supposed birth of some supposed savior 2000 years ago. They stole the date from norse/germanic culture anyway.
ooops, sorry, but wrong answer...just do your homework about "religion" subject related to "family" and especially about "supposed birth" and check again who "stole" what from who, etc...anyway, take care about yourself and your family...
Caring about one's family does not imply any kind of religiousness, even if some religions coincidentially may support that. "supposed birth" - the birth date - and actually the whole existence - of jesus of nazareth has not conclusively been proven to date. There are quite a few widely accepted theories as well as some clues that may or may not imply it (and even then, historically, the 25th of december is speculation at best), but there is no hard evidence as of yet. Unless you consider the bible "evidence", of course. "stole" - my bad. Should have used the term "pagan".
I don't even believe in god, but I do like christmas. I think it is because I remember when I was a child, and because in christmas all my family gather together to dinner. So, I don't think that's contradictory at all.