Kate Middleton and Prince William's three children - Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five - joined the royal family on Monday for a traditional Christmas event. Every year, members of the royal family attend a service at St Mary Magdalene's Church in Norfolk.
The family of the Prince and Princess of Wales chose green and blue outfits for this year's event. Apparently, Charles decided to invite not only Camilla’s children and grandchildren, but also other close people to the family holiday. Prince Louis walked hand in hand with Mia Tindall, the nine-year-old daughter of Prince William's cousin Zara. Prince William's wife chose a turtleneck, a skirt, a long blue coat with an Alexander McQueen belt and suede boots with heels.
On December 25, Prince William and Kate Middleton gave fans a Christmas surprise. They published a new joint portrait of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The black and white photo shows the brothers and sisters sitting on a bench. The author of the photo shoot was Josh Shinner, who was delighted with working with the royal family and said that it was one of the most calm and relaxed shoots of his life.