Christmas may be over, but the British royal family is still spending time together. The Duchess of Cambridge (the former Kate Middleton), Prince William and Prince Harry were photographed at a Sunday service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, England.
And they weren’t the only royals at the service. People magazine reported Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Princess Beatrice were also at St. Mary Magdalene Church.
“Kate stopped to chat to well-wishers before entering the church,” an eyewitness told Us magazine.
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Noticeably absent were the two children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: Prince George and Princess Charlotte. However, the little ones were also missing at the Christmas Day service the family attended Friday. It’s presumed the tots stayed at home with their nanny Maria Borrallo.
The royals spend the holidays at Sandringham House in Norfolk and have multiple traditions they keep alive. Christmas Eve, Prince William and Prince Harry engaged in an annual charity soccer match in the rain. Later that night, the family is said to have exchanged “quirky” gifts before a three-course dinner. However, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now starting new traditions with their growing family.
According to Hello magazine, they returned to their home at Anmer Hall Christmas Day to celebrate with Middleton side of the family: her parents Carole and Michael Middleton, and siblings James and Pippa.