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Royal Family roundup: A holiday card is here and Pop!s are coming

22 December 2017

Albeit embarrassed, Prince William rose to his feet and performed an Oscar-worthy gallop sans horse, and even Kate Middleton couldn't contain her laughter.

She has her mother's dark hair and the same delightfully chubby cheeks as her brother Prince George.

Sure, there's some difference in production quality, and sure, the person who took the photo happens to be an award-winning Getty photographer, but... it's still a Christmas card!

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"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family", Kensington Palace announces. Kate doesn't appear to be pregnant yet, or at least in the very early stages of her pregnancy, when the picture was shot.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte all wore pale blue, with the Duchess of Cambridge opting for a Catherine Walker suit that seems to be a favorite piece. Comments were also made about on how much two-year-old Charlotte looks like her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth!

According to the Kensington Palace tweet, this is the picture that will feature "on Their Royal Highnesses' Christmas card this year". Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, looks pretty cute in a blue-and-white printed frock dress, with matching, blue, buckled shoes.

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We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte.

In the Christmas image Camilla is wearing a flower design necklace, described as a private piece, which complements her embroidered ivory dress, while Charles' dinner jacket is by Savile Row bespoke tailors Anderson & Sheppard.

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Royal Family roundup: A holiday card is here and Pop!s are coming