Kate Middleton and Prince William released their 2020 family Christmas card to the public.
The Cambridges dressed up in sweaters and posed in front of a fire.
Despite this year being, well...
Still the British royals are continuing on with their December traditions as usual, whether it be undertaking royal tours or releasing their annual Christmas card.
On Wednesday, the Cambridge family posted their family portrait publicly, sharing a snap of Kate Middleton and Prince William with their kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The portrait, taken by photographer Matt Porteous, features the family posing in similar sweaters while sitting in front of a batch of logs.
"The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share a new image of their family, which features on their Christmas card this year🎄." Kensington Palace said in a release. This traditional holiday card follows years of festive royal well wishes, with some cards of the past featuring JC Penney-esque backgrounds and '80s hair.
While these royal holiday traditions are going strong, not everything is business as usual.
The British royals typically hold a "traditional royal church walk" in Sandringham, but this year it is canceled because the royal staff is in the midst of a "revolt over attempts to make them isolate from their families."
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