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Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined the royals at the traditional Christmas Day church service
Four-year-old Charlotte and older brother George, six, joined the Queen at the Royal Family's traditional Christmas Day church service for the first time.
Adorable Princess Charlotte hugged well-wishers at her first Sandringham service after walking hand-in-hand to the church with her proud parents.
One-year-old Prince Louis stayed at the house.
After the service at St Mary Magdalene Church, Princess Charlotte was spotted mingling with members of the public and spreading some festive joy while clutching an inflatable pink flamingo.
Optimistic Queen describes birth of Archie as ‘delight’ in ‘bumpy’ year during Christmas Day TV speech
The Queen has described the birth of Meghan and Harry's baby Archie as a "delight" in this "bump year" during her annual Christmas Day speech.
Her Majesty addressed the nation this afternoon, reflecting on the past and sharing her hope for the future despite the obstacles in the way.
Touching on the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child Archie, the Queen said: "Two hundred years on from the birth of my great, great grandmother, Queen Victoria, Prince Philip and I have been delighted to welcome our eighth great grandchild into our family."
Fans gush over ‘adorable’ Princess Charlotte after she ‘curtsies to the Queen’ at first Sandringham church appearance
Princess Charlotte stole everyone's hearts this morning when she arrived for her first Christmas Day church service in Sandringham with older brother Prince George.
It marks the Cambridge kids' first time attending the annual Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham and royal fans even spotted little Charlotte curtsying to her great grandmother, the Queen.
In a video clip, mum Kate can be seen curtsying, before little Charlotte copies as Her Maj leaves the church.
Beatrice breaks royal tradition as she brings Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi to Christmas at Sandringham before they marry
Princess Beatrice broke royal tradition as she arrived at church in Sandringham accompanied by her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
The Princess of York walked alongside her husband-to-be as they joined other members of the royal family for the annual Christmas Day church service at St Mary Magdalene Church.
It is thought that the property tycoon, who is expected to marry Beatrice in June, is joining the family for their Christmas celebrations.
In doing so the couple are breaking the tradition that blocked Kate Middleton from enjoying royal family festivities in 2010.
The Sandringham celebrations are a privilege usually reserved for members of the royal family.
In other royal news, we told you how the Queen will start Boxing Day with the same Indian dish for breakfast every year.
We also revealed the Queen picks the tree and always has a fiver for the church collection – what Christmas at Sandringham is really like.
And we showed you relatable Kate Middleton browses kids’ tights and carries a basket of goodies during last minute Christmas shopping trip.
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