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The palace also released a Christmas card photo of Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 37, taken at their wedding reception in May.

Royal sibs Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis have all shared before (remember their baptism gown?) but Charlotte also snagged one of George's fashion staples for their family's Christmas card this year.

Prince George, seen wearing jeans and wellies instead of his customary smart shorts, larks around with his arm around his father, while Princess Charlotte cuddles between her parents. Taken at Frogmore House by Chris Allerton, according to Kensington Palace's Twitter, the newlyweds are shown from the back, holding hands and embracing while fireworks burst overhead.

The annual release of the royal family's Christmas cards has become a barometer of taste among the upper classes.

Harry and Meghan will soon take up permanent residence in nearby Frogmore Cottage as they prepare for the arrival of their first child, who will be seventh in line to the British throne, in the spring of 2019.

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Image The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's card shows the whole family including baby Louis

Heir-to-the-throne Prince William is wearing an open-necked checked shirt, while the rest of his family are in warm wooden jumpers and cardigans. Photographer Hugo Burnand captured the moment, in which Charles in dressed in a suit while Camilla wears a white dress and necklace featuring several strings of pearls, in the garden of Clarence House this summer.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are bringing the romance for this year's holiday card.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the grounds of their Norfolk home as the backdrop for their Christmas cards this year.

This may be their first Christmas as a married couple, and their last without children, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won't spend the morning of the 25th December together.

Then there's Harry and Meghan's, which isn't even trying to be remotely Christmas-themed.





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