Kate Middleton and Prince William have so much denim in their Christmas card

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Everyone is holding hands.

Some people wait for the Kardashian Christmas card They’re every year not what they used to be). Some people wait to receive the official royal Christmas card. Kate Middleton And Prince William. The Cambridges shared a sweet photo today of their family, which included Prince George, Princess Charlotte, 7, Prince Louis, 4, and Prince George, 9.

“Sharing a new family photo for this year’s Christmas card!” Instagram posted the caption. This photo was also shared and liked by photographer Matt PorteousThe image was taken by a photographer in Norfolk earlier this year. People Reports claim that the card for this year was taken in Anmer Hall, part of the Sandringham estate of the royal family and a favorite spot for Kate and William. The photo features the happy couple in jeans (skinny Jeans for Kate, forever) and the children in matching blue shorts.

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After last year’s photo, which was taken by the Cambridges while on a private family vacation to Jordan, Kate lived briefly there as a child. This sunny, casual image is now. William also visited Jordan in 2018 as part of his Middle East tour. The following Christmas photos include the royals in sweaters Other seasonal items.

The royals will celebrate Christmas for the first time since Queen Elizabeth’s death. The family typically travels to Sandringham for Christmas, although no details have been provided. Due to the COVID outbreak, royal plans have been altered in recent years. After plans to travel to Sandringham were cancelled, the queen and Prince Philip spent their holiday at Windsor Castle in 2020. The same year, Charles, Camilla, and Prince Philip also enjoyed the holiday at Windsor Castle. 

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