Prince William, Kate Middleton, And The Kids Are All Smiles In Their New, Rustic 2020 Holiday Portrait
Photo: Kensington Palace/Matt Porteous

It’s a very Cambridge Christmas!

Prince William and Duchess Kate shared their annual Christmas portrait with royal fans today, and it features all three of their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, looking so grown up.

In the seasonal portrait, the Cambridge family coordinate in shades of brown and gray. The duchess is pictured sporting a brown sweater and indigo-hued denim, with her hair in her signature flouncy waves, while Charlotte is wearing a gray collared sweater, black pants, and shearling-lined boots, with her hair styled in two pigtails. Prince William is seen wearing a gray sweater and dark-wash jeans, while the two boys are looking adorable in polo-inspired jumpers and trousers.

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The new photo was taken earlier this fall at the Cambridges’ Anmer Hall estate in Sandringham and captured by photographer Matt Porteous. It follows the Cambridge family making their first public red-carpet appearance all together last week, when they attended a special British pantomime performance at the London Palladium. The socially distanced gathering was held to honor the work of frontline and health care workers tirelessly battling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom.

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During the evening, William spoke to the crowd and acknowledged their remarkable effort in keeping Britain safe this past year. “You have given your absolute all this year, and made remarkable sacrifices. So too have your families, who I’m sure have seen far less of you than they would have liked. It’s lovely that you are all here together tonight,” he said. “You are representative of the huge number of people across the UK who have stepped forward to make a difference this year in so many crucial ways. The country owes you a huge debt of gratitude.”

This article first appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US