Prince George Eating a Candy Cane After Church Will Make Your Day
- Author: Delia Davidson Dec 26, 2016,
Dec 26, 2016, 1:13
The adorable foursome spent the morning at St Mark's Church in Bucklebury, Berkshire, Kate Middleton's hometown.
They were joined by Kate's parents and brother, James, as well as her sister, Pippa Middleton, and her fiance James Matthews.
And the royal couple were certainly within calling distance of the Prime Minister, Theresa May who was spending a quiet Christmas Day in Berkshire, beginning the day by attending a church service in Sonning.
This comes as other members of the family gather for one of the highlights in the royal calendar - their annual church service at Sandringham.
Young Prince George and Princess Charlotte have absolutely stolen the show as they attended a Christmas church service with almost the entire royal family.
Prince George, 3, walked hand-in-hand with his father to church, while 18-month-old Prince Charlotte was carried in her mother's arms as they attended the service with the rest of the Middleton family.
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"As the Receivers to Apollo House we can not responsibly allow this situation to remain", the statement read, according to The Journal .
The family made their way to St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire this morning.
The last time the couple stayed away from the traditional royal gathering was in December 2012, shortly after Kate was discharged from hospital having been treated for severe morning sickness when she was pregnant with George.
The babies looked less thrilled about church than they do the candy canes they're eating on their way out, but alas.
Prince George wore a double-breasted long coat with the traditional British short pants, adorable knee socks, and loafers. Prior to this, she attended Church at Windsor.
It marks the second time that William and Kate have spent Christmas with the Middleton family.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: "Her Majesty The Queen will not attend Church at Sandringham this morning".