A spoof photoshoot recently showed Kate Middleton and Prince William engaging in some holiday fun. This includes a cozy moment enjoying a long-time Christmas tradition of kissing under the mistletoe.

Spoof photographer Alison Jackson shot several photos of the “royal family” as they spent an afternoon chilling at coffee shop, Costa Coffee. According to Mirror, the spoof photos featured the “royal couple” enjoying a mistletoe kiss, which was brought to life by professional Kate and Prince William impersonators. 

Apart from the royal couple, Jackson also included other members of the “royal family” in her spoof shots, such as Prince Charles, his wife Camilla and even Queen Elizabeth II. Professional impersonators also took the royal family’s place in Jackson’s photoshoots. The concept behind the spoof royal family photos was to show an imagined setting of how the royal family will look like relaxing in a coffee shop after going on a Christmas shopping trip in London’s shopping area.

The spoof photos showed royal family look-alikes sipping coffee while enjoying snacks and biscuits. Jackson’s photoshoot even had the “royal family” posing together in a group selfie shot. At first glance, the Jackson's pictures look real enough, but when reviewed closely, the physical differences between the real members of the royal family and the professional impersonators become evident.

Meanwhile, with the upcoming holidays, the real Princess Kate and Prince William are already looking forward to spending their first Christmas with daughter Princess Charlotte, along with son Prince George. However, when the royal mother of two was asked if she has already started getting ready for the festive day, the Duchess of Cambridge shared that she’s yet to begin her holiday preparations.

Princess Kate made the revelation during a recent visit to a men’s health support group in Wales. She also mentioned that Prince George will surely get excited with the upcoming holidays and stated that the royal toddler “will be starting to talk about Christmas soon.”