Today: Tuesday, 26 September 2023 year

Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend their first ever Christmas church service

Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend their first ever Christmas church service

Prince George and Princess Charlotte got a great opportunity: this year the kids of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Christmas Day church service this morning. On December, 25, the royal children spent their special morning with the Middletons.

Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived at the service at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire. They kids, George and Charlotte, joined the parents for church service for the first time.

This year, Kate and William decided to spend the family holiday with Middletons, not with the Queen Elizabeth II and whole royal family. On the morning service were attending the parents of Kate, her brother, Pippa Middleton and her fiancé James Matthews.

Kate Middleton’s look at the church service in Berkshire

The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a maroon coat as she carried Princess Charlotte, who was dressed in maroon tights, a matching dress and a blue coat, into the church.

Prince George looked kike a young gentleman, the boy was wearing a grey coat, was led into the church by his father, the Duke of Cambridge.

The royals at the service

Last year, well-wishers waiting outside St Mary Magdalene Church at Sandringham were left disappointed after neither Prince George nor Princess Charlotte attended the Christmas Day service. In 2016, the royal kids went to the mansion of Middleton with their parents.

The Middleton family are honoured to host Christmas for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children