Members of Britain's royal family got into the holiday spirit Wednesday, attending a Christmas carol service.
Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, were front and center at the service at Westminster Abbey, where the couple wed 10 years ago.
They were joined by William's cousins Zara Tindall, who attended with her husband, Mike, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
William’s aunt, Sophie Wessex, also attended, as did members of Kate's family, the Middletons.
The service, "Together At Christmas," was hosted by Duchess Kate, who chose for the occasion a festive red outfit by Catherine Walker and earrings borrowed from Queen Elizabeth.
In addition to celebrating the Christmas spirit, the service also celebrated the work of "of individuals and organizations across the U.K. who have supported their communities through the COVID-19 pandemic," according to Kensington Palace.
Last year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, instead of attending an indoor carol service, the queen and other members of the royal family stood socially distanced outside of Windsor Castle as they listened to a Christmas concert.
This Christmas will be the family's first without Prince Philip, who died at age 99 in April.
In past years, he and Elizabeth, who were married for 73 years, oversaw the family's multi-day Christmas celebration at Sandringham.
Buckingham Palace has not yet announced where the queen will spend this Christmas and whether she will be joined by any members of the royal family.
The family traditionally holds their gift exchange on Christmas Eve, following the German tradition, where they often swap funny or homemade gifts.
On Christmas Day, they walk to St. Mary Magdalene Church for the Christmas service.
After the service, the royals enjoy a Christmas lunch at Sandringham and then gather to watch Queen Elizabeth II deliver her annual Christmas message.
In the evening, the royal family will get together again for a Christmas buffet dinner with 15 to 20 different delicacies prepared by the queen's chef.
On the day after Christmas, known as Boxing Day in the U.K., the royals traditionally partake in a pheasant shoot on the grounds of Sandringham.