– Royal siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrived at the royal family’s Christmas Day church service alongside their parents.– George and Charlotte looked incredibly smart, as both children held hands with their dad, Prince William.
When it comes to Christmas, the royal family always attends a morning church service in Sandringham.
The important tradition of attending church on Christmas Day was reportedly started when the queen’s great-great grandmother, Queen Victoria, visited St. Mary Magdalene, a small, village church on the Sandringham estate.
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Little Prince Louis didn’t attend the festivities, with The Sun‘s royal correspondent, Emily Andrew, noting that the 18-month-old would likely be at home with Duchess Kate’s parents.
Prior to their appearance at Sandringham, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a beautiful family portrait on Instagram. In their caption, Kate and William wrote, “Merry Christmas! This photograph of The Duke of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis was taken by The Duchess of Cambridge in Norfolk earlier this year. We wish all our followers a very happy and relaxing Christmas Day ⛄️.”
While Duchess Kate doesn’t appear in the portrait, she’s responsible for taking the photo and capturing her family looking so natural and cute.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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