Royal Family Releases Adorable Christmas Card Photos
Prince William released his family photo, while Prince Harry poses with his new wife Meghan in their photo.
Prince William and his wife Kate shared their 2018 Christmas card photo Friday and it features their three adorable children.
Five-year-old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte and 7-month-old Prince Louis all grin for the camera for the family's photo. With their parents, they posed on a tree at Anmer Hall, Kensington Palace tweeted Friday.
The Queen gifted the hall, which is in Norfolk, England, after they married in 2011.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose a never-before-seen photo from their wedding day for their Christmas card.
The dramatic, black-and-white image, which was also shared by Kensington Palace Friday, shows the newlyweds looking at a fireworks display during their wedding reception at Frogmore House on May 19.
The couple will move to nearby Frogmore Cottage ahead of the arrival of their first child, who is due in spring 2019.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also released their holiday photo. It shows them gazing at each other while sitting on a bench in the garden of Clarence House, a royal residence in London.
Inside the card, a message reads: “Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and New Year.”
Traditionally, the royal family, which releases holiday cards each year, spends the festive season at Sandringham, the Queen's countryside estate in Norfolk. After a formal dinner on Christmas Eve, they attend a church service at St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham on Christmas morning each year.
This year, Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, has reportedly been invited to spend Christmas with the royals.
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