Prince William and Kate Middleton just gave us all a Christmas present in the form of a Prince George and Princess Charlotte sighting. The royal unit kicked off their Christmas morning with a holiday church service in Englefield, England, looking nothing but their Sunday best.
The duchess, who made a classic appearance in a burgundy Hobbs fur-trimmed coat with coordinating heels, held onto Princess Charlotte, who was clad in a navy coat with thick red tights, Mary Janes, and a red ribbon in her hair. Prince William looked dapper in a navy coat, while Prince George stuck to his signature knee-high socks and a smart double-breasted navy-trimmed gray overcoat.
The little royals seemed especially fond of the candy canes post-service. Oh, George, you little rascal!
It was the family’s first Christmas church service at St Mark’s Church, near the duchess’s childhood home in Bucklebury, and they were joined by Kate Middleton’s family: parents Michael and Carol, brother James, sister Pippa, as well as Pippa’s fiancé, James Matthews.
In a break from tradition, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted to celebrate the holidays with Middleton’s family instead of at the Sandringham estate.
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A merry Christmas, indeed!