Princess Charlotte & Prince George Join The Royal Family For Christmas Day Service

Princess Charlotte and Prince George are getting their Christmas on.

The young Royals joined their parents, Prince William and Duchess Catherine, at Norfolk, England’s St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham on Wednesday. The Royals greeted the public outside of the church before attending the Christmas Day service.

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They were joined by Queen Elizabeth and Princess Beatrice, among other members of the royal family. Prince Andrew, who has been dragged in the news for his ties to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, made a surprise appearance alongside his brother, Prince Charles.

Duchess Catherine sported a stylish mocha Catherine Walker double-breasted coatdress made from mohair, according to WWD. It features a faux fur collar and cuffs and a belted waist.

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Perhaps most importantly, Princess Charlotte seems to have gotten her hand on a large pink flamingo toy. She seemed thrilled with the blow-up bird.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan did not attend the Christmas Day service. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are taking an extended sabbatical in Canada and the U.S. They will return to the U.K. in 2020.

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