The Adorable 2018 Royal Family Christmas Cards Are Here


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released the picture they have used for this year's Christmas card.

The palace also released a Christmas card photo of Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 37, taken at their wedding reception in May. In the black and white image, the couple are photographed from behind as they enjoy the fireworks at the evening reception at Frogmore House this past May.

The photograph will feature on the Royal Highnesses' Christmas card and was taken by photographer Matt Porteous, who also took photos at Louis' Christening earlier this year.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will actually open their gifts with their parents on Christmas Eve. When a couple gets married, the guy goes down for breakfast and the ladies remain on the floor", he adds: "All married women take breakfast in bed separately of single women.

It comes after claims Meghan had been branded "Duchess Difficult" by Palace insiders following another one of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's aides - Samantha Cohen - resigning from her role.

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Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children are pictured at their Norfolk home.

Paul Burrell, a former footman and butler to Diana, Princess of Wales, said Meghan Markle would be transported into "another reality" when she and her husband Prince Harry arrive at Sandringham on Christmas Eve.

News. "Getting excited for Christmas time because they've started all their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are going up and stuff".

"Love it! So attractive!" tweeted one person in response to the Cambridges' card.

Prince Charles and wife Camilla have gone for a more traditional style: they're captured sitting side-by-side on a garden seat, looking at one another.

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