British Royal Family, Kate Middleton and Prince William released their 2020 family Christmas card to the public dressed up in sweaters with a background of wood logs.
Christmas is a time to spread joy and cheer, and that extends to the royal family across the pond. For the past 70 years, it’s been of royal tradition to release Christmas cards to the public, offering a behind-the-scenes peek into royal life. From the early, formal cards of King George V to the new, more modern snapshots featuring Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and even Prince Louis a royal cheer on releasing their annual Christmas card.
On Wednesday, the Cambridge family posted their family portrait publicly, sharing a picture of Kate Middleton and Prince William with their kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share a new image of their family, which features on their Christmas card this year 🎄. “ Kingston Palace said in a release.
In the photo, the family of five is sitting together, a formal photograph. All are in casual dress: Kate dons a cranberry sweater and pair of jeans, Charlotte,5, sits on her mother’s lap wearing a patterned sweater and shearling-lined boots, while Louis,2, in a navy jumper, George,7 in a chestnut fleece. The royal family still honors that tradition, often accompanying their Christmas well-wished with a candid photo.
British Royal Family Christmas Traditions
When it comes to Christmas, the royal family is big on traditions. Every year, Queen Elizabeth’s close relatives head out to Sandringham to spend the holiday together. They open their gifts on Christmas Eve, and on Christmas morning, they walk to church at St. Mary Magdalene as a group.
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But this year it is canceled because the royal staff is in midst of a revolt. As per “The Express royal reporter Richard Palmer, the Queen has abandoned going to church for the traditional Christmas Day service at St. Mary Magdalene Church on the estate.”