PRINCE William, Princess Kate and their children were beaming with festive smiles as they joined the Royal Family Christmas walk.
The family waved to crowds as they made their way to their public church service, as part of their traditional morning festivities.
Along with the Prince and Princess of Wales and children George, Charlotte and Louis, other royals were full of smiles, too.
King Charles waved to crowds with a massive grin as he walked with Queen Consort Camilla at his side.
Prince Andrew also was also spotted walking into the public church service – despite His Majesty throwing Andrew out of Buckingham Palace.
The Royal Family's Christmas Day schedule has been laid out by experts.
Earlier this morning, Charles was snapped walking from the early Christmas Service with Mike and Zara Tindall.
The monarch was joined by other royals including Lady Sarah Chatto at the famous grounds,
Members of the royal family are attending the festive morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church together.
The King was seen leaving the service early alongside Mike and Zara.
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Monarch Charles will then celebrate Christmas alongside his family at Sandringham for the first time since the Queen died.
The Prince and Princess of Wales and their children are expected to join the King and his wife for the festivities.
Princess Anne and Admiral Tim Laurence The Earl and Countess of Wessex will also likely be present.
And Sarah Ferguson is also set to be invited to Christmas with the Royal Family for the first time in 30 years — along with her disgraced ex-hubby Prince Andrew.
Today's gathering will also be the first time the royal family has spent Christmas at Sandringham since 2019.
Queen Elizabeth II hosted 32 Christmases at Sandringham but was forced to cancel her annual festivities in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic.
The royal standard is flying above the private Norfolk estate where Charles and the Queen Consort will be on Christmas Day, marking a return to traditional royal festivities.
The King has already recorded his first Christmas broadcast as monarch, which is likely to reflect on the loss of his mother and her iconic legacy.
The festive message was recorded on December 13 at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Traditionally, members of the royal family sit down to watch the televised address when it airs after lunch, usually at 3pm.
Sandringham House has been the private home of four generations of British monarchs for more than 160 years, and now belongs to the King.
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It comes as Will and Kate shared an adorable Christmas painting by their son George.
The proud parents took to social media to share the talented prince's work this morning.
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